House full of memories (part 2), Salo, Finland
This place definitely wasn't an ordinary Finnish house. It was situated in a thick bush of wild, southern plants like old oaks, the house itself had white plastering, red tiled roof and window shutters which gave me a feeling like being somewhere in Central Europe. Badgers were inhabiting the house nowadays; their paths were clearly visible at one end of the house. Also the interior was very special. There was souvenirs from almost all parts of the world, postcards, photographs and flight tickets from places like Hungary and Hawaii (at a time when Finnish people mostly traveled to Rhodes and Gran Canary). It was natural, though, because the lady that had lived in this house had been working in a travel agency. I had to use my old camera since my new one's only objective was being repaired and I was pissed off because the quality of these photos is quite poor.