Dried flowers and peeling paint texture and beauty applied by the suns unique palette.
September and bicycle seats are empty as the children again fill the seats at their desks in school. Looking out the window and day dreaming of 2 pm when they will get back to the business of summer as it lingers in the sun of shortening days. One more spin around the green, to the beach one more summer moment to be remembered.
Peeling Paint and Dried Flowers,
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Lonely Bicycles and Helmets
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Those bikes don’t look very lonely to me 🙂 Looks like they are having fun hanging out there!
It’s a shame we had such a short summer this year…
Rees Gordon says
I find that dilapidation photography is sort of a history lesson without having to read text. That is why I am such a fan of David Plowden and his “A Handful of Dust”. Story telling in an image to me is so much better than in text, All rooted in the ancients who used rock walls to draw images that told stories rather than a text situation. An image grabs you, good or bad, and I find that text has to have wording, grammar, and composition to accomplish the same.