About the Book
A Full Mind in an Empty House is a personal photo narrative by Anita Philipsen who, after the death of her father, visits her parental home for the last time. For over fifty years, the house has been a warm and loving place, the place where she was born and where she grew up. Her mind was filled with a lot of memories that needed to sink in after saying farewell. Emptying the house resulted in the fact that her own home now was stuffed with the history of her parents. In this book she looks back with love and pride to a cherished period of her life.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Large Square, 12×12 in, 30×30 cm
- Publish Date Feb 21, 2012
- Tags Translator for the English Navy, The Netherlands, Commander of the Fire Brigade of the community of Voorhout, Head of the Public Works Department, Order of Orange-Nassau, Kievitspark 33, Anita Philipsen, Gendringen, Kaalberg, Orth, Coelewij, Voorhout, Heuthorst, Philipsen