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Feng Shui Emporium | Feng Shui Products, Items, and Cures - House Eave Bell, $20.50 (http://www.luckycat.com/house-eave-bell/)

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http://www.angelsghosts.com/russian-house-eaves-ghost We do not have the story behind this ghost photo, but you have to be intrigued to see half a man's body sitting up on a house! Ghost? Double-exposure?

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Gallery of Eaves House / mA-style architects - 9

archatlas: “ Eaves House Eaves House by mA-style architects is characterized by the positioning of the eaves and the style of roofing. The space beneath the eaves is the point where the indoor space...

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How to Build a Shade Arbor off the Eaves of your House (pictures

Arbor attached to house eaves

Russian House Eaves Ghost What looks like a ghost, a half-body of a man, is under the second story eaves of a house in Russia. Interestingly, this couldn't have been a person on the roof of the home, so we are left with it either being a double-exposure (accidental or purposeful) or, perhaps, the phantasm of a human. The only description about the photograph tells us the photo was taken in 1973 somewhere in the Russian (U.S.S.R.) countryside.

Russian House Eaves Ghost What looks like a ghost, a half-body of a man, is under the second story eaves of a house in Russia. Interestingly, this couldn't have been a person on the roof of the home, so we are left with it either being a double-exposure (accidental or purposeful) or, perhaps, the phantasm of a human. The only description about the photograph tells us the photo was taken in 1973 somewhere in the Russian (U.S.S.R.) countryside.

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Winter Homekeeping Tips

It's time again to clear gutters of leaves, twigs, and debris left in winter's wake. It's important to keep gutters clear so they won't clog and drive water under the house eaves and into your walls.

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Portrait of a sparrow in the snow

The house sparrow was once a common bird occurring in very large numbers, they will eat most types of food, they very much relied on grain in the winter time, in stubble fields and farmyards. This food resource has gone and this loss is a contributory factor in their decline. In the garden they will nest under house eaves, and the fact that many newer houses and offices no longer have these small spaces means that house sparrows are short of nest sites as well as food.

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