Welcome to World of Exteriors, the Doverodde Diary’s Sunday Lifestyle Feature.
Never mind books – woodpiles are the medium of the moment in Doverodde. But books and woodpiles are not so far removed from each other. After all, some books are made from paper, and some paper is made from trees.
The working woodpile often lurks in shady garage corners.
A modest woodpile decorates a simple hilltop home.
The woodpile may move beyond mere functionality to encompass land art.
The same residence boasts a colour-coordinated seasonal log display.
A rough urban look can be achieved even in this rural backwater
with the aid of a garbage bin, plastic sheeting and forsythia.
For some, the woodpile is just part of a wider engagement
with the plein air lifestyle.
Is this a woodpile – or just a pile of wood?
Frank Lloyd Wright's legacy informs this organic woodpile,
which seamlessly reflects the lines of the architecture around it.
And finally, the images above and below prove that - in Doverodde, at least -
artists' books dare to aspire to the status of the woodpile.