The two photos with this post are courtesy of Chris and his camera. They show the Della Walker residence in Carmel-by-the-Sea. Described as a cabin on the rocks, it was designed and built by Frank Lloyd Wright, in 1951, for $125,000. If you haven’t seen it as you’ve driven down the coast, you may have seen it in the 1959 movie, “A Summer Place”. Distinguished by its stone terrace that juts out into Carmel Bay, the large stone chimney/fireplace and the blue metal cantilevered roof, and the bank of windows, the house is the only building on the ocean side of Ocean Ave. in Carmel. Chris shot these two photos, Monday night at sundown. He used his new Canon 5D to shoot the pictures in high-dynamic range. Chris has allowed RegenAxe a limited time exclusive on these photos. Eventually, he’ll post them to his Flickr website, which can be found, linked to in the sidebar. Also, Chris has entered a photo contest in Monterey. He had four of his Monterey area photos printed up and framed for entries. He hopes to hear good news this week.
Chris definitely has an “eye” with his camera and production techniques! Best to him with his efforts in the photo contest!!!
We will be visiting family in Monterey in January, 2014 and are looking forward to touring this house while there. I am fascinated by FLW works. “Cabin on the Rocks, especially. Your photos are beautiful. Thank you!
We will be touring in Carmel and visiting family there in the coming year. The Della Walker residence is on our list of homes to see. Thank you for the beautiful pictures.