Every one of us is surrounded by architecture, be it a cabin, skyscraper, house or even an outhouse. There is often interest not only in the whole of the building, but in the details of its make-up. For this week's theme, focus on those details and portions which show texture - the more the better.
A Sign on the front walled fence
This prominent eclectic High-Victorian Building,
originally called Stahlheim,
was built in 1901 by Hugh Robert Dixon.
You will also notice that there has been repair work on going to this house since major restorations were undertaken in 2006. The scaffolding is showing on the side of this wonderful old mansion.