Thursday, 24 October 2013

The very best places to be lost or found

CABIN PORN! Don't be put off by the name...this website just shows the most beautiful, original little houses and cabins that are in the middle of nowhere and completely cut-off from almost everything. Each photo is as idyllic as the next, and I thought for our theme of Lost & Found this would give some good inspiration! Keep those submissions coming, the email is

It would be so good to just be lost in one of these places, have a little holiday away from the usual busy life, and cut off from technology. I can never decide if I prefer the ones by the water, or in a wood? The treehouse ones are so cool, but then maybe you could catch your own fish if you were by a lake!

Here a few of my favourites, it's impossible to choose though, there are pages and pages on the site!

Stucco shed in San Diego, California, USA.
Submitted by Rachel Bellinsky.

A-frame near Hellnavegur, Iceland.
Contributed by Zach Klein.

Thatched cabin on The River Test, England.
Contributed by Richard Gorodecky.

Cabin on Lake O’Hara, Alberta, Canada.

Cloud Chamber for the Trees and Sky, a camera obscura structure built by Chris Drury for the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Contributed by Matthew Gluf.


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