Re: Useful tools for developing cohousing groups
From: ken (gebserspeakeasy.net)
Date: Tue, 7 Mar 2006 16:45:36 -0800 (PST)
That's a good idea.  It's also interesting to see photos of the
landscape and buildings-- both exterior and interior-- to see what the
common areas look like.  Photographically, backgrounds are important
anyway.

It's good to have a good cross-section of the community also.  Visiting
a website for a community in Canada, I saw nothing but photos of their
garden.  This gives the (probably false) impression that gardening is
all everyone does there.  Perhaps people don't notice such things
consciously, but the subconscious plays a significant role in a lot of
decisions.

hth,
ken

Rob Sandelin wrote:
> Another idea which would be helpful is a place to upload community photos.
> Ones which show things like community dinner, circles, kids playing, etc.
> which could be downloaded and used for groups brochures, slide shows, etc. 
> 
> 
> Rob Sandelin
> Naturalist, Writer
> The Environmental Science School
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