Creepiness can persist even in broad daylight, whether filtered through a curtained window, or under the intrusive nursing home light. Who’s baby doll is that? Why is it alone? Where’s its mommy? But look, someone is in the other bed! It’s just a tiny bulge under a crisp linen sheet.
On this Independence Day, with civics in mind, I present more from the Michael E. Busch Library in Annapolis, Maryland, USA.
It’s those mysterious attic windows that always capture my attention. What’s up there? I wonder. Is there a lost Rembrandt? Abraham Lincoln’s Civil War diaries? There could be anything up there! What are your secrets? I’d like to know.
This is my humble submission to the Monday Window Challenge. In a past submission, I posted interiors of this structure. It is the Michael E. Busch Library- the Annapolis branch library of Anne Arundel County, Maryland.
Details of Saint Mary’s Catholic Church in Annapolis, Maryland. This is my meagre contribution to the Monday Window Challenge. Happy All Saints Day!