I love the found items you find
I like finding them, Shaun.
Ashley– I like it. Thanks for posting. Look forward to more.
Thank you so much for all your comments, John. Much appreciated and very nice to wake up to this morning. 🙂
This is so poignant. The series is good but it makes me think that someone needs to go out and pick up the micro trash around the boarding house….
No one ever goes down that little side lane, it leads nowhere – see ‘Cul de Sac’.
There are a host of other things in this house to make any reasonable person fume. For exampe: the council provides 4 big wheelie bins, very clearly marked with what they are for and colour coded too. I’m forever fishing things out and replacing them in the appropriate bin. How easy does it have to be, for heaven’s sake?
Oh yes, there are pockets of sexism, racism and homophobia too. I fucking hate living here and I am stuck stuck stuck.
The trash seems to be so artfully arranged. I wonder if someone is going out and placing the micro trash around the boarding house.
I didn’t arrange the objects, Mrs Daffodil, just the framing. 🙂
Legos used to be my FAVORITE, S.E…
this piece looks so sad…
just tossed aside and laying there all alone like that…
I used to like Lego too. It was much simpler when I was a child in the 60s than it is today.
On the ground,
A single Lego piece.
So many castles unfinished.
I particularly like this haiku, Joseph.
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