Sea Houses




I have enough photos of Swedish red houses and details to post until at least december. Yet I have decided to select a few and post them today and for another two weeks before moving on to something else for fear you might get tired.

On Tuesdays, just post any photo you like (it must be one of your own) that contains the color RED and then link to this blog.



23 thoughts on “Sea Houses

  1. They are so quaint that I think I’d never get tired of them. Even though you are highlighting the houses I picked up on the red clothing in that first shot to. Red must be the color of choice there. 🙂
    Lovely shots!

  2. Red is so perfect a color for seafaring villages. It is interesting to note that fishing towns like this all over seem to feature ruby colors and classic shapes. Nice sailboat at the dock, too!

  3. Wow those red houses are gorgeous. I somehow never associated Sweden with so much colour. Somehow I always thought white, snow white 🙂 I guess blogging teaches me so much.

  4. I love the red seahouses. The are painted just the same color in Norway too.
    Must be a cultural thing.
    By us the seahouses are used for storing boats and yarn.
    In fact because of the strict beach law we have, one is no longer allowed to bulid this close to the sea exept for utility reasons.
    Just the other week a couple were torn down due to violation on the beach law act.
    The intention is that all people should be allowed to used the beach line for daily recreation and fishing.
    From Felisol

  5. Så vackra bilder om husen vid havet !!!! Jag nästan trodde jag hadde skrivit en kommentar här redan men jag har troligen bara skådat bilderna. Men tack så mycket om din kommentar i min textur bild 🙂 see you later, alligator 😉

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