This is a photograph of an old house with wooden siding. The paint is cracked and peeling. Note that the window has an old screw-on type storm window with three vent holes in the bottom, which was common during this era. A small, hinged piece of wood flipped up to provide a small amount of ventilation when the inside window open.

This image of an old house with wooden siding and crackled paint demonstrates an asymmetrical photographic composition, left and right. That is, relating to the structure of the house. The chimney, window, and fallen fence at the bottom lend to the balance and composition within the picture.

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