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Friday, July 24, 2009

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J Bar

Good one.

Jew Wishes

What a beautiful photo for Skywatch Friday! I like the symmetry and contrasts.

Audun

Great shot of a beautiful building

Guy D

What a gorgeous mansion, excellent photograph.

Have a great weekend
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Regina

Simply beautiful!

babooshka

As always it's the info that is so interesting. Marvellous backdrop for skywatch.

Carver

The sky really sets off the mansion. Beautiful shot! Happy skywatching and hope you have a great weekend.

hugh

Why is it called Blandwood?

Erin

so like the italianate architecture and the beautiful sky framing it.
have a lovely weekend

Pacey

Beautiful and perfect blue sky.

Abraham Lincoln

Nice looking building. I like the color and the style. Very nice shot for SkyWatch Friday.

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Greensboro Daily Photo


Hugh asks why the mansion is called BLANDWOOD. Great question and we should have explained. In 1795, Charles Bland built a four-room, Federal style, farmhouse on the property that actually predates the founding of Greensboro by about 13 years (1809). So, as the structure has gone through expansions and owners, it has maintained the name of the original owner, Mr. Bland.

Thank you for asking. We started the blog in the hopes of building dialog with readers, locally and internationally!!!

David B

That is impressive. My favorite style of house!

Ellie

I love that casa! Real house - real walls - real roofs! Yellow and blue are my favorite combination. If we end up in Greensboro - will visit!

Perry Carmichael

Very nice house and well captured.

bharat khatri

Fantastic house on wonderful location..Thanks for sharing the beauty..Unseen Rajasthan

Danton

The backdrop of white pluffy clouds in a blue sky really highlighted the Italianate architecture of the villa.

Martha

What a beautiful home... and a wonderful shot!

My Skywatch Friday

Christine

What a neat structure and the blue sky is lovely.

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