Six Word Saturda: Found objects in light and shade

Found Objects

Found Objects



  1. Light and shade are both behaving beautifully. There is nothing documentary about your photos, something I deeply admire.

  2. A compelling use of old nostalgic objects, Sue. I see a copy of The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam in there too!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Brilliant!
    I love this shot Sue

  4. You do this so perfectly (and I’m sure you didn’t mean to lose the y) 🙂

  5. You did! A bit sinister looking, some of them… and I hate to be a killjoy but did the ‘y’ fall off? 🙂

  6. A photo that includes some of the tools to create a photo! Did you ever develop your film yourself Sue?

  7. Interesting collection, Sue. Love the way the light falls. 🙂

  8. I like the found objects! It is an interesting set.

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