Thursday, December 31, 2015

Seven Prospect Avenue Neighbors

Back in Naples yesterday.  Before I left Hartford, I took some "full frontal" photographs of seven houses that stand next to one another on Prospect Avenue.  I like the harmony of size and quality
and yet the differences in colors and styles.  It is a pretty good looking neighborhood.









Tomorrow's post will show my pick of this blog's 2015 "photo of the year."  The following 
two days will show other favorites from 2015.  Florida pix begin on January 4.

Happy New Year!

14 comments:

Stefan Jansson said...

Very fine houses, nice and different architecture.

marga said...

¡Fantásticas!
Feliz 2016, Jack.

Tanya Breese said...

they are all so different but all so beautiful...i think i would pick the yellow one! happy new year jack! p.s. check your email!

Susan Bauer said...

I love old houses. To me, the new McMansions don't hold a candle to these grand dames of a town.

Sylvia K said...

Ah, beautiful, different old houses they are indeed and I do love them!! I agree with Susan, the new houses don't hold a candle to these!! Great shots for the day as always!! Enjoy the Florida sunshine and have a wonderful New Year!!

Sharon Anck said...

These beautiful houses remind me so much of my home town in Illinois. This looks like a great place to take long walks.

William Kendall said...

The fourth one is my favourite. Happy New Year, Jack!

RedPat said...

I love them all, Jack! You are having a southern New Year! Enjoy! ;-)

Taken For Granted said...

That is an impressive neighborhood. I like the looks of the first house. Wishing you a very happy new year, Jack.

Michelle said...

I will admit that the first house is my favorite. Wishing you a Happy New Year and a wonderful 2016!

jennyfreckles said...

I love the pale grey one, so beautifully proportioned. I wonder if they are still single dwellings or if they've been converted to apartments? Prosperous neighbourhood, by the looks of it..

José Mendonça said...

They're all lovely. Happy New Year, Jack!

slim said...

Prospect Street must have been THE place to live at turn of the 20th century. Happy New Year!

Janet said...

Love these houses - and the "full frontal" approach!