Home Sweet Home
The floorboards groaned loudly as we carefully stepped into the long abandoned home. The overgrown bushes and trees let in a strange emerald light through the dusty window panes, which flickered through large glass jars of cloudy liquid lining the shelves. Indeterminable lumps of preserves floated in the viscous mixtures like lab specimens on display, leaving the strange impression of being in some kind of mortuary for vegetables.
It took a fair amount of effort to find this little house in Luxembourg, but it was all well worth it once we started exploring the living spaces. Just about everything in the place was vintage, from the furniture to the personal effects hidden away in drawers and cupboards. It was one of those magical places frozen in time when its occupants left so many decades ago. Strangely enough, I found the place to be incredibly difficult to photograph with the odd lighting.
It was unfortunate that explorer-photographers had set up little scenes in each room by dragging furniture around and placing items in strategic places for photo-ops. Looking at pictures of this place over time, one can really see how much things move around. Despite this, it was still a fantastic place to investigate and photograph... I only wish I had more time to spend inside.