Last fall the family and I went to a place in D.C. called the O street mansion. As the name implies, it is a mansion on O street that has 100 rooms and 32 secret doors. Eccentric does not even begin to describe this place. There is artwork, furniture and just plain stuff of all types that fills every nook and cranny of this house. Every room has a different theme, so no two rooms look like they even match. Picture Goodwill, A high end antique store, and every design idea for the last 100 years and there you have it. We were here on this day because once a year they have a sale on most every thing in all of the rooms, and Sheila and Lisa wanted to see what kind of interesting things they could maybe pickup. Charles, the kids and I mostly killed our time by checking out the bizarre rooms and looking for the secret doors. If I remember correctly, we only found about a handful. The shot above is an angel that was part of an old fountain outside in front of the building.
Canon 5D mark II, EF 24-70 2.8 L, ISO 250, 1/80 @ f/4