Here’s another steps/ramp (driveway) combination that I snapped during our recent travels — at the back of DACOR Bacon House, an historic former residence a couple of blocks from the White House in Washington, D.C.
I like the mix of old brick and pebbly concrete.
BELOW: In front of a D.C. office building, I also spotted this nice solution to those sharp planting bed corners that are always bare dirt because people cut across them.
Belmont, Falmouth, Virginia, late 1920s.
All photos by Frances Benjamin Johnston via the Carnegie Survey of the South, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. Click the pictures to enlarge.
Wormoloe Plantation, Savannah, Georgia, 1939 or 1944.
York Hall, Yorktown, Virginia, ca. 1930s.
Wakefield, Westmoreland County, Virginia, 1931.
Redesdale, Richmond, Virginia, 1926 or 27.
Sherrill Inn, Hickory Nut Gap, North Carolina, 1938.
Gardiner Booth, Alexandria, Virginia, 1930s.
Reveille House, Richmond, Virginia, 1936.