Just another abandoned house patiently counting its last days. Once a cosy place to live, today this cabin is a bit unusual support for vines to get closer to the sky and at the same time one of the greenest sites in a small Polish village where it is situated.
A thick curtain of leaves covering the house makes wonder what is hidden behind and invites to explore its decaying interior.
The mentioned cabin is one of the places where only the details left whisper about its past.
Thus, we can assume that the owners were religious, as there are still some sacral artifacts left inside, such as a crucifixes or holy pictures on the walls.
A wardrobe is full of clothes, which lets us recreate the image of the inhabitants.
The most worthful in getting to know about the people who lived there are a couple of old pictures. One of them is a portrait of a man, and another one shows a little boy. Most likely we will never get to know their stories—however, taken together with the previously mentioned details these pictures let us have a closer look on the past of the place.
The rest in the building is significally bitten by the decay. As it is common for abandoned places, the rooms are messy and dusty, and the nature is taking over the cabin.
Vines have already become brave enough to enter the house through its glassless windows. On one hand, these green plants make the gloomy cabin brighter, however, they are also a portents of its close end.
Seeing the house-shaped construction covered with a thick layer of vines leaves no doubt that one day the nature will finally take over the building turning it into ruin. Wooden walls are already giving up and plants are little by little filling the cabin, making its interior the same green as the curtain of leaves outside. Considering this it seems to be just a matter of time when the site will become even greener than it is now.