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Covington Allegheny High #788, Virginia & West Virginia, Publisher - National //  Description Covington Allegheny High #788, Virginia & West Virginia, Publisher - National Geographic //   Details  Brand: National Geographic Model: 603136~B Number of items: 1 Dimensions: .25 pounds   Features  Author: National Geographic Maps// read more >>>
Located in the mountains of West Virginia, photographer Nick Olson and designer Lilah Horwitz have built their own enchanting retreat made out of discarded windows, on a budget of $500. The towering home away from home boasts a creative facade made of windows of varying sizes, giving it an artistic flair that is both rustic and modern. More than anything, though, it is a representation of the couple's diligent and penny-pinching efforts.
Landscape Photography Tips: old-arcadia .#jorgenca Why doesn't some Government office clean up the mess, reclaim the metal and stop ruining the environment. Drove through West Virginia, so proud of their scenery and wrote to ask about the many old cars by the roadside, obviously there for a long time. Hardly scenic.
Vita Sackville-West's Writing Tower This writing room is located in the Elizabethan Tower at Sissinghurst Castle in Kent. It's surrounded by the world-famous, romantic garden and was where Vita Sackville-West (close friend of Virginia Woolf) did most of her writing. IMAGE: National Trust John Hammond
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Cabin built for $500 with re-purposed windows in the mountains of West Virginia (with probably very little energy efficiency, but hey, it's pretty).
This 38-metre-high treehouse is the venue for the Jamboree of the Boy Scouts of America, but also functions as a treetop exhibition centre for visitors to the surrounding West Virginia park
Country roads take me home. To the place I belong. West Virginia! Mountain mama, take me home. Down country roads.
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