Deconstruction

Squeezing in by a hair, to post for last week’s Thursday’s Special…

This was all i could come up with, been a bit preoccupied

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27 comments

  1. 🙂 Did you tear it apart for my benefit? 😉 I like it. I like how you placed the elements, and how it functions as a whole. A creative deconstruction, Sue, and you did not miss the point if that is what preoccupied you.

  2. Pingback: Thursday’s Special: Deconstruction | Lost in Translation

  3. This worked well enough, Sue. Job done!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. This is very clever and nicely photographed too. But then you do still-lives extremely well.

  5. Sue this is a great image!

  6. I don’t know what it is, but it’s interesting and a great photo!

  7. Great idea for an arrangement, made me write a small poem.

    Still Life

    Still, when afterwards
    remains are scattered
    into thirty pieces,
    weight of Judas’ silver
    shift the scales of life.

  8. It’s a very eye catching deconstruction ! Hope you will be able to put it back together 🙂

  9. You have the most extraordinary collection of objects in your home, Sue, but I really love what you’ve done with this, preoccupied or not. (preoccupied in a good way, I hope? 🙂 )

  10. Like Jo above hoping you are pre-occupied in good ways. Love this collection!

  11. Sue – this image conjures up such a mood – realty interesting and feel like it could the cover of some cool novel 🙂

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