This is the entrance to the house of I. Fellsem who is the local fairy timber merchant and twig surgeon.
The candles teased the darkness but were unable to provide much more than a hint of what lay beyond the mirror.
The fairy you see here is our local interior designer Annette Curtain
This fairy abode is famous, in the Warkworth fairy realm, for its early festive exhibition of Winter Solstice decorations. The owner of the house made no excuses for the display but issued the following statement "If we don't promote fairy lights then we do a great disservice to both our artists and our culture."
I have included this door in this study because of its elegant design however the current owner of the property has asked me not to make any reference to the location
Supernatural events are much more common in the fairy environment than in the human realm.The most common of these ghostly apparitions is the " Spectral Door " a portal to and from the fairy spirit world.
Upon the door a flower was fashioned from burnished ice for it was here that the ice maiden languished. The Winter Solstice had brought forth a biting chill to the crystal air yet still, half frozen, they waited like prisoners shackled to the diluted sunlight.