Moss-Covered Cottage in Ireland

September 13, 2012




I like the natural over-grown look in certain buildings. In this case is really looks good in my opinion. I would live here any-day  as long as the roof is stabilized with supports. Doesn't it remind you of Shrek? An abandoned cottage with a roof practically taken over by plant life is bathed in spooky light in County Kerry, Ireland.

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