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cabinporn:Fire lookout near Hamilton, Montana. Submitted and photographed by Tom Butusov.

cabinporn:Fire lookout near Hamilton, Montana. Submitted and photographed by Tom Butusov.

— 1 year ago with 335 notes
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cabinporn:Beach log cabin on Waldron Island, WA. Submitted by Caitlin McCauley.

cabinporn:Beach log cabin on Waldron Island, WA. Submitted by Caitlin McCauley.

— 1 year ago with 388 notes
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cabinporn:The Black Rubber House, Dungeness, Kent, UK. Submitted by Paul McNeil.

cabinporn:The Black Rubber House, Dungeness, Kent, UK. Submitted by Paul McNeil.

— 1 year ago with 1446 notes
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Emergency Cabin in the Melrakkasletta Region, Iceland. Submitted and photographed by Tim Sengstock. c/o cabinporn

Emergency Cabin in the Melrakkasletta Region, Iceland. Submitted and photographed by Tim Sengstock. c/o cabinporn

— 1 year ago with 198 notes
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Fire lookout in the Cascade Mountains of Washington state. Submitted and photographed by Mike Conlan. c/o cabinporn

Fire lookout in the Cascade Mountains of Washington state. Submitted and photographed by Mike Conlan. c/o cabinporn

— 1 year ago with 2016 notes
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cabinporn: Wooden buildings often aren’t arbitrarily red.

Falu red (pronounced “FAH-loo”, in Swedish it’s Falu rödfärg) is the name of a Swedish, deep red paint well known for its use on wooden cottages and barns for preservation. The paint originated from the copper mine at Falun in Dalarna, Sweden and consists of water, rye flour, linseed oil and tailings from the copper mines of Falun which contain silicates iron oxides, copper compounds and zinc. Falu red is still widely used in the Swedish countryside.
Photo by Anna Ådén.

cabinporn: Wooden buildings often aren’t arbitrarily red.

Falu red (pronounced “FAH-loo”, in Swedish it’s Falu rödfärg) is the name of a Swedish, deep red paint well known for its use on wooden cottages and barns for preservation. The paint originated from the copper mine at Falun in Dalarna, Sweden and consists of water, rye flour, linseed oil and tailings from the copper mines of Falun which contain silicates iron oxides, copper compounds and zinc. Falu red is still widely used in the Swedish countryside.

Photo by Anna Ådén.

— 2 years ago with 1085 notes
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