Home: Hearth

Home: Hearth

Our little house is over a hundred years old. This is the fireplace/woodstove that heats the house. Above the mantle on the right is a silk screen that we bought in Tralee in Ireland on our honeymoon in 1979. It was inspired by an illustration in the Book of Kells. It seemed to be a good omen: there’s a C for Coughlin and a fish for Fisher. the photo on the left was a prize winner I took of my mom’s barn in upstate NY. Many of the things on the mantle and the heron behind the plant were gathered on our annual summer caming trips around our country; others are treasured gifts. Autumn cold has moved in, so we’ve got a fire going.

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8 Responses to Home: Hearth

  1. jackscrap says:

    Home is where the hearth is, and what a warm, comforting place it looks too.

  2. John & Lois says:

    Love the soft focus and warm glow of the hearth.

  3. danudin says:

    Jacki stole my line! Wonderful treasures but I would rather see the Heron flying free (Get it He – Ron Flying Free!!) Ah well.

  4. I would love to see your prize winning photo…

  5. Lorri says:

    Warm and inviting – just as a home and hearth should be!

  6. gemma says:

    What a lovely image and I love descriptions of all the items around the fireplace. What a warm and cozy home you have.

  7. PC PHOTO says:

    Such a wonderful process for the heart(h) of the home.

  8. KarenAnn says:

    So welcoming and warm a scene…looks like home to me!!! I’m a really fan of “meaningful” interior decoration…gives one a sense of security.

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