String it together
A month ago, I read about a man who photographs couches left out on the streets of Los Angeles, up for grabs to the eager DIY-renovator. These crusty couches - too dumped-on and forgotten to be seen through to another owner - inspired him, and so he photographed and compiled them into a story.
Every day, everywhere, things go unnoticed. I'm talking about the secret little objects that are tucked away in different corners of the world. And we as humans, searching for familiarity, string these objects together to create meaning. To create a connectivity in our lives and those of others.
It's an endless journey - to feel that we belong.
1/14/2015 05:37:46 am
i'm with you. trees. i love trees. the old, the young, the weeping, the strong. so many stories. i could stare all day. sometimes i do.
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