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Through the Lens

Through the Lens

Lakeside Cabin Master Bathroom

comments (0) June 29th, 2014 in Blogs
Susan_Teare Susan Teare, contributing photographer

Squeezing into tight places to get the right photo is often part of the challenge of a shoot.  Bathrooms are not easy to photograph, but the results are always rewarding.  The obvious angle to shoot this master bathroom was from either end.  I liked both angles, but this one is my favorite since I could shoot the photo wide enough to include a small sliver of the master bedroom with the windows looking out to the water.  Many windows in both the bathroom and bedroom keep the natural light pouring in as well a cool lake breeze.  The master suite is quiet, private and serene.  

Design by Milford Cushman and Kelley Osgood,

Built by Donald P. Blake Jr. Inc.


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