This documentary came out a few years ago, but I just saw it last week. It's called Other People's Pictures. I found it fascinating to know that someone would collect people's old photos. All for different reasons. I wonder if the pictures I take would someday be something that strangers would want.
This got me thinking about our Halloween decor this year. Last year, I did a search for the words "victorian" and "civil war" and printed some of those images. I put them on the wall going up the stairs. This year, I actually had them made out into different sized photos and placed them in frames. I added a few spiderwebs, some candles and black roses and it really has the creepy effect I was looking for. We were heading up to bed one night when we started talking about these pictures. Both Rodrigo and I were creeped out for a minute thinking that these were real people that are now dead and we have no idea who they were. -shudder- Heebie Jeebies!
This is what you see as soon as you walk in through our front door. . .
This display is in our living room (on the other side of the above picture) . . . .
A close-up of the same display . . .
I have to admit it looks way better at night!
feeling: into the Halloween spirit
listening to: I just realized I'm not playing any music. All day I've had "A Kiss is not a Contract" stuck in my head. Too funny!