Don't turn the key

It looks like I am going to follow through with this week's theme, and upload seven consecutive eerie images! Starring today - our Cellar door! E-e-e-e-rie!

Thank you so much for the comments on my shoe photo! Who knew there would be so much interesting history behind it! Tomorrow we are going to put the shoe back in the same place where we found it, along with a dated picture of me and my husband, a copy of the article on shoes in the walls (which Louise kindly provided for us) and a little note I am yet to come up with! :-) It will be a nice surprise for the next people tearing the wall down, to encounter a time capsule with the story of the house! :-)

I know I still haven't posted an actual photo of our house, but I am saving all the rennovation shots for later, when I can do some "before and after" images. I was going to share with you a slideshow of the remodelling of our house in Bulgaria, but I couldn't get the site to work tonight. Maybe tomorrow ;-)

Have a great weekend everyone and I hope my eerie shots are not too much for you! My mom refuses to look at them - she thinks they are all way too dark and scary! ;-)


P.S. How funny, that today the world's oldest shoe has been discovered, dating back 5,500 years! For more info see the link:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/science-news/7813923/The-worlds-oldest-shoe-dating-back-5500-years-has-been-discovered.html
Love the texture and "atmosphere!"
posted June 12th, 2010  
Awesome! What lurks in your cellar? hmm?
posted June 12th, 2010  
ohhhh nice slava!!!
posted June 12th, 2010  
Such great texture! I'm glad you bought this house... it's given you all kinds of cool things to share with us!
posted June 12th, 2010  
I saw that about the worlds oldest shoe and thought of you immediately :) Maybe you could find that in a newspaper! I love the textures in this. Very excited to see before and after shots of what you did with your house too.
posted June 12th, 2010  
Hee
The color tone work well on this, slava...nice job!
posted June 12th, 2010  
Another beautifully eerie photo! I am just loving your shots, I look forward to them each day! What a wonderful idea too, creating a "time capsule" for whoever finds it in the future. I absolutely love that you are replacing the shoe where it was found.
posted June 12th, 2010  
The colors are perfect for this Slava. this is a great shot , well like any other of your post :)
posted June 12th, 2010  
There are so many interesting details in your house. I love to see them. This one is gorgeous again.
posted June 12th, 2010  
Ooooo love this one too =) good job!
posted June 12th, 2010  
You have made sometihng as simple as a door intoa really great shot. Nicely "framed" !
posted June 12th, 2010  
great capture of the door, defiantly very eerie! love the detail you have brought out in the image!
posted June 12th, 2010  
this house of yours is full of so much character. loving these pictures!
posted June 12th, 2010  
your renovation stories are getting more and more interesting each day, you can write a book with these great photos!
posted June 12th, 2010  
I saw that article about the oldest shoe....and thought of you! I'm so glad that you are putting the shoe back, along with some photos, and things by you. Maybe you could simply include your posting from here with the photo of the shoe and the link to this site. What do you think?

This picture reminds me of an Edgar Allan Poe story...."The Fall of the House of Usher!" EERIE! hehe! As always, thanks for your comments on my pictures and can't wait to see more of your pictures! And sometime, I want to see a picture of this hardworking husband of yours....that is if he'll slow down long enough to have his picture taken! haha! Have fun!
posted June 12th, 2010  
Oooh, that is definitely eerie! Great entry for this week's theme. I love what you are doing with the shoe -- what a sweet and clever idea to leave all that for the next owners of your house. I am looking forward to seeing your rennovation pictures from this house and the house in Bulgaria!
posted June 12th, 2010  
so beautiful and so creepy. fabulous shot.
posted June 12th, 2010  
Keep em' coming I love them!!!
posted June 12th, 2010  
Amazing story about the ancient shoe right on the "heels" (ha ha) of your find.
posted June 12th, 2010  
What a great photo--I'll bet your house is really neat. I can hardly wait to see the photos
posted June 12th, 2010  
lovin the gritty feel to it!
posted June 12th, 2010  
Definitely on the eerie side. What an interesting story to go along with your house. Can't wait to see all the reno shots.
posted June 12th, 2010  
lovethis.....my favorite of the day!
posted June 12th, 2010  
love this, your new house appears awesome, and so much fun!
posted June 12th, 2010  
Don;t you love all the beautiful hand hewn lumber here?! It certainly speaks to the lovely old age of your home! You got a nice picture to show it off...

Of necessity I've got to be brief...we've been out all day, and I've come home with over 200 pictures to download...I believe I'll have something to choose from for my picture tomorrow :-) Sharing the computer with Ashley & fixing dinner all at the same time... I wish so much I had heaps more time! Thanks for the information about the world's oldest shoe..so timely, isn't it? I'll come back later to have a look at it! We're having a great weekend and hope you have the same!
posted June 12th, 2010  
Another awesome picture. and another awesome commentary! I always love looking through your pictures!
posted June 13th, 2010  
I"m loving the textures in your photos at the moment - they all have such depth, as it you could step right into them.
posted June 14th, 2010  
Oooh, I love the textures in this! The colours are awesome too.
posted June 14th, 2010  
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