Tuesday, August 1st, 2023

New: “Tin Roof”

Up here in northern New England (particularly in Vermont), where winter snow can start in the Fall and continue into the Spring, many homes have tin roofs, which allows snow to slide off, and are sturdier in high winds, which can flick off traditional roofing shingles pretty easily. I’ve always loved this roofing material, as in the right light, the sun reflects giving the roof a soft pastel blue, green, or yellowish tint. The farm across the street uses tin, and it’s roof has been each of these colors, depending on the time of day, light, and atmosphere. “Tin Roof” 20 x 20 o/c

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