Photographs by Frank

22 December 2021

The Twin Cabins

Filed under: architecture,Monadnock Region — Frank @ 9:00 AM

Real estate on Gregg Lake rarely comes up for sale on the open market. Rather, it is mostly passed from one generation to the next within families. Last winter, the “twin cabins” as we call them (two small cabins squeezed onto a tiny lake shore plot) were sold.

Come spring there was some “sprucing up” activity, but no significant change to the cabin’s exteriors with the exception two small signs that appeared, one above the door of each cabin. Clearly the new owners are baby boomers with a wonderfully understated wit!

If you are not a baby boomer, or otherwise need a hint, see this.

While I had the ultra-wide angle lens* on the camera, I also made a photograph of one of my favorite views as I passed by on the way home.

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The Twin Cabins with Gregg Lake in the Background
The Twin Cabins with Gregg Lake in the Background
Cabin on the Left (detail)
Cabin on the Left (detail)
Cabin on the Right (detail)
Cabin on the Right (detail)
Looking North from the Gregg Lake Road Bridge
Looking North from the Gregg Lake Road Bridge

* The first and last photos in this post were made with a 10.5 mm fisheye lens. I was the only way to get both cabins in the same frame.

2 Comments

  1. Ha-ha! And “Lake” is in between!

    Comment by Pat Nelson — 22 December 2021 @ 9:35 PM

  2. Clever! Much can be said of the witty vanity plates on some of the vehicles as well.

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 23 December 2021 @ 7:47 AM

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