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Since my father had first taken me here, 15 years ago, the memory of this place slowly faded away, leaving just a strong image of it in my mind and the uncertainty that the place really existed. I have rediscovered the bizarre place a year ago. Since then, each of my visits here were truly fascinating, the house present in this album awaiting me with something new every time. New things, old things, drafts of a love letter.

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~ by ancamitroi on May.27.2016.

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