Occupied / Jeffrey Richard Stockbridge

"A house is a container for life. It protects and provides for it inhabitants, both physically and spiritually. A house is not just a physival structure, it is much like a living person. It experiences both life and death. It is born, it ages and it passes away. We develop feeling for a house. We remember its smell and welisten to it settle. We trust it when we sleep and we miss it when we move.

Years after a house has been abandoned, signs of life persist. On any given day, the sun rises and permeates dark corners and shadowed rooms. The natural light flooding the interior evokes the memory of past occupants and reveals artifacts left behind.Its presence affirms the bond between human beings and their shelter and stands as a testament to those who once called their house a home."

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