Let’s start with the parking lot of doom. It really is quite apocalyptic looking. I love it.
This was a set of drawers that’s been around for quite a while. Someone flipped it over, so occasionally I see a cat or a dog sleeping there if there’s rain.
Look at that window. Look at it! Here, let me zoom in on it for you.
Isn’t it positively creepy! What makes it even creepier is the fact that it looks like someone tried cleaning the middle part. Oh dear!
And we’re transported right to Goian, the little village where Villa Nistru is located. It is a very peaceful village.
… which can, with certain editing, look quite foreboding.
No entrance! Private property! My father had to put up this sign after some parts of the pier were broken.
I love this picture, because it starts right at the beginning of one of the sections, which kind of makes me feel like I was standing on water at that time. Which I wasn’t. I’m no Jesus.
Neighbours’ kitty. He’s immediately taken to me.
And here’s Moriarty.
I think I might steal this bag eventually.