Lantern Waste

moika-palace:

Sazonov house. Built in the 1890s in Ostashevo, Chuchloma, Kostroma region of Russia.

The history of the house is a little convoluted and obscure. Though it is commonly know as Sazonov house, there is speculation that it was not built by the wealthy merchant Sazonov, but by a man named Markov. Ropet is also credited with the design of the house, but it is not clear whether the house, which is a lot simpler than its blueprints, was built by Ropet himself or an architect that borrowed or was influenced by his ideas and aesthetic.

Photo of the house pre-Revolution.

Blueprint by Ivan Ropet

(via Russkij Sever and Russia Trek)

scurrilizzie:

wentfromsixtomidnight:

1takejake:


A wedding photographer took this picture from a rooftop to get a bird’s eye view of a wedding in progress. Something seemed odd about the balcony in the top right portion of the photograph.
This is what the photographer found when they zoomed in.

Zoomed out picture for extra creeps


what the actual fuck

ohhh.

What the hell?

scurrilizzie:

wentfromsixtomidnight:

1takejake:

A wedding photographer took this picture from a rooftop to get a bird’s eye view of a wedding in progress. Something seemed odd about the balcony in the top right portion of the photograph.

This is what the photographer found when they zoomed in.

Zoomed out picture for extra creeps

what the actual fuck

ohhh.

What the hell?

On creepiness.

arletterocks:

A word on “creepy”: I know it gets thrown around a lot without necessarily being explained, so I’ll take a crack at it.

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