Another view of Tea Lane. This type of house was built to accommodate the influx of workers as Belfast rapidly expanded during the 19th century.
It was obviously felt that workers and their families didn't need much personal space. Nicely preserved and documented though
17 May 2018 9:39am
@grouser: You're absolutely right, especially as families tended to be bigger in 19th century.
such beautiful frame, colors & textures!
17 May 2018 10:03am
@omid: Thanks, omid.
A great view of these terrace houses, which have a rich history!! I am intrigued by the unique sash windows where the lower sash is smaller.
17 May 2018 11:45am
@Steven: Well spotted, Steven.
Well composed to show the symmetry. I like the blue door and shutters.
17 May 2018 12:56pm
@Ruthiebear: I appreciate your comments, Ruthie.
I like this shot. It is simple and not cluttered.
17 May 2018 4:21pm
@Irene: I appreciate your comments, Irene.
17 May 2018 4:53pm
@Eye for Beauty: Thanks :)
The beauty in all the varying textures.
17 May 2018 6:57pm
@Michael Rawluk: The houses do have a certain beauty in their simplicity.
I love the colors and the placement of the windows. A wonderful image!
18 May 2018 1:45am
@Elaine Hancock: I think the shutters and doors stand out well against the white walls.
Simplicity of color and composition make this an excellent image.
19 May 2018 10:24am
@Anita: Thank you, Anita.
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