2.24.2010

peering up

I wonder what the story is with the top photograph. Sometimes it's fun to be caught off guard. Seeing chairs and bed parts in a tree is some crazy clever recycling.

Thank you for all your thoughtful comments recently. As I read each one, it meant a great deal to me.


camera: polaroid spectra

10 comments:

  1. i bet those people with the chair tree are fun to hang out with! i always love seeing random trees with things in them. i've seen bottles and sneakers, but never chairs. wow. :::

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  2. I suppose you could call the first photo 'high art'?

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  3. That first one is pretty interesting. Maybe the chair is a lift up to certain parts of the tree. wouldn't that be fun.

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  4. OH I do love the last one.
    Have you started a moveable feast ?? happy to know I motivated you to read it ! I loved it so much, Hemingway is one of my highschool and college crush...
    + I added your blog on my favourite's list !

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  5. rc: Indeed, it's so great to be outside lately.

    tifanie: Yes for sure...I believe it was done by the owners of a yoga studio behind the tree.

    Tracy: I like that!

    Lili: That would be so fun, wonderful thought.

    Marion: I pulled it off the shelf last night as a reminder...thank you again!

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  6. always wonderful pictures!
    hi alexandria! how have you been?

    i am in busan now. i think probably you have heard about here. anyway i really like your polaroid works! :)

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  7. ara: I've had a good week, thank you! I hope you are having a great time in Busan and yes, I've visited there a few times and loved it especially Haeundae Beach.

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  8. wow..great! my hometown is haeundae! i'm in my parents home now and my parents live haeundae beach! just amazing.. and you've visited here more than once? wow you are such a voyager!:) and i really really want to go your city, seattle someday..

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  9. The top one is intriguing. I love catching glimpses of such things. I recall my father wanting to build a freestanding door in his front yard, just a door to nowhere.

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