Organic (2016)Ashley Lily Scarlett
What is the white substance?
The big bit in the back? It’s a small island of concrete in the road – I assume it’s to stop drivers from zooming round the corner, but I don’t really know.
Clapping my hands in glee! Shopping cart, what you have come to! And how versatile and plucky you are no matter what!
🙂 This one’s got green bits and it’s a different shape. I’m guessing it’s from somewhere that sells bulky things because it has that bottom rack. The hardware shop I go to has ones similar to this.
I’ve seen versions like this at some grocery stores for the small-volume shopper, I guess, and maybe one who needs a big bag of pet food or water jugs or whatever for the bottom. I also really like this model too.
Who knew shopping cards could call for a fan club, almost?
My eyes played a real trick on me when I first opened this. Somehow, with distorted vision, I did not see the shopping cart at first, but rather saw as though from atop a cliff and thought the white concrete in the background was foam on turbulent water (and I can still see it that way)! My brain (captured by the contrasts and lines of the image, and slow to take in the full image) was trying to make sense of the giant proportions of the wood in relation to the distance away from the “water” I thought you were. So strange what the brain creates! Anyway, either way, the image YOU captured and the one my brain sees are both fascinating. 🙂
I hesitated to post this one because it’s so busy; so I’m not surprised that your eyes played tricks. Thank you, Lemony, for such a detailed comment.
Fascinating composition – really confusing at first, but resolves itself into a kind of order/ disorder – I love it. I’d love to know why these bits of wood and where they’re going next.
I’m glad you like it Richard. It’s even confusing to my own eyes. I published mostly because I like the palette.
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