Something a little different for today. The Town of Vincent holds a photographic competition to showcase the heritage listed properties owned or vested in the area with winning entries featuring in a calendar. I was invited by Tim and Roz from the inner city suburb of Highgate to capture the architectural character and beauty of their magnificent house. Tim and Roz have an ongoing labour of love meticulously restoring their heritage listed home to it’s original glory. From the gleaming jarrah floors and master crafted ceiling roses to the cute candy striped bullnose verandas and majestic open fireplaces it’s hard not to be romanced by this homes charm. Of equal character, charm and regality is ‘Rumpole’ the cat who came with the house. Tim and Roz lovingly adopted him when they moved in years ago. Its hard to figure out when observing Rumpole strutting about his home whether Tim and Roz own the house or the other way around… Cross your fingers and wish Tim and Roz luck to win!
Sep 5 2009
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