“Faerie’s House or Witch’s Lair” / “Casa de Fada ou Toca de Bruxa”

English/Português

When I was little my grandmother and I used to play a game that we called “Faerie’s House or Witch’s Lair”, while she was driving trough the city I spotted houses, and by their aspect we would judge if it belonged to a faerie or a witch.

That routine I had with her made me more aware for the beauty in the beauty, but most important made me see the beauty in the ugliness. I learned to admire both the ruined buildings as the cute little houses.

So in the future I’ll be posting buildings I find interesting, even though they aren’t “important” to the city!

My first picture belongs to a faerie… at least I think so!

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Quando eu era pequena costumava a jogar um jogo com minha avó que chamamos de “Casa de Fada ou Toca de Bruxa” enquanto ela estava dirigindo pela cidade eu observava as casas, e por sua aparecia julgamos se ela pertencia a uma fada ou a uma bruxa.

Esse processo que tive com ela me fez mais consciente para a beleza dentro da beleza, mas o mais importante me fez ver a beleza na feiura. Eu aprendi a admirar tanto os edifícios em ruínas como as casas bonitinhas.

Assim, no futuro estarei postando edifícios eu acho interessantes, mesmo que eles não sejam “importantes” para a cidade!

Minha primeira foto pertence a uma fada… pelo menos eu penso assim!

Faerie's House / Casa de Fada

Faerie’s House / Casa de Fada

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