"The photograph isn't what was photographed. It's something else. It's a new fact... I photograph to find out what something will look like photographed."
It's gorgeous but I have to agree about the trophies...what an 'appetite suppressant'.
I bet sitting there having breakfast with a breeze blowing would be wonderful.
A wonderful doorway opening. Dining on wild game at the rustic table,one could imagine being in Africa on safari, a guest of Hemingway himself!
It is a lovely bright room. I'm with you on the trophies but otherwise, very inviting.
Without those trophies, it would be perfect.
The trophies are disgusting, but the room is ok. I can see him sitting there.
Hey, a little redecorating, that would be a great place to sit with your laptop to do all of your writing/blogging, etc.
I agree that it is very lovely. But, I can't say anything about the heads. You see I have a Colorado cabin. I would NEVER kill an animal, nor would my husband, but a friend who does hunt gave us a mounted elk head and it hangs on our stone fireplace. Sorry..I can't bring him back to life...:( Janey
Hey, if the food is good the 'heads' wouldn't bother me a bit. Good food is good food!
Kate, what a wonderful travelogue of Cuba, its sights, its history, and its customs. Your capture of the people of Cuba is the best!Bises,Genie
Minus the heads it looks like a great spot for tea.
I like the arched transom window, the French doors and the red tiles. The animal heads watching the table? Not so much.
Beautiful photo of a beautiful room.
I could live without the trophies, but I really like his dining area otherwise.
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