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Created: Mar 30, 2012

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Suzanne Alexander's Sunroom, "Cooper doesn't always smell as sweet as he is," says Suzanne, "so in this photo, I'm being considerate by lighting a candle."   Note: The wood from the coffee table and the surrounding wood trim in the room came from an old tobacco barn in Kentucky, dated back to 1904. The guys had just pulled the wood and were trying to sell me something else, but I spotted this wood instead. I don’t know if you can see the ripples and waves in the wood, but they’ve been etched out over time by the wind."   Photo by Joe Hardwick. , Suzanne Alexander

"Cooper doesn't always smell as sweet as he is," says Suzanne, "so in this photo, I'm being considerate by lighting a candle."

Note: The wood from the coffee table and the surrounding wood trim in the room came from an old tobacco barn in Kentucky, dated back to 1904. The guys had just pulled the wood and were trying to sell me something else, but I spotted this wood instead. I don’t know if you can see the ripples and waves in the wood, but they’ve been etched out over time by the wind."

Photo by Joe Hardwick.