Fallen

Autumn leaves fallen on an asphalt street after a rain storm. Sacramento, California. November 23, 2018

Autumn leaves fallen on an asphalt street after a rain storm. Sacramento, California. November 23, 2018.

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Broken

Autumn leaves fallen on an asphalt street after a rain storm. Sacramento, California. November 23, 2018

Autumn leaves fallen on an asphalt street after a rain storm. Sacramento, California. November 23, 2018

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A Bit of Humor – The World Needs Some

Knit Children's Hat Santa Rosa, CA, U.S.A. February 27, 2017

Knit Children’s Hat – Santa Rosa, CA, U.S.A. February 27, 2017

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Pink – blue

Pink - Blue

Observer

Toy

Someone left this creature on the concrete barrier at the end of Savage Road in the Cascade Head Ranch. The road dead ends at the Salmon River Estuary. I image that the person who left this figure wanted it to look out on the beautiful Salmon River Estuary as it leads out to the Pacific Ocean. If you look back on my blog posting you will see some of those landscapes.

Forks

Forks

This photo was taken outside of the blacksmith shop at Peters Valley Craft Center. It turned out to be a wonderful area for shooting.

Crystal

Crystal

Here are some objects I found at the Brimfield Antique Festival. It was a point where the sun was bright and their reflections caught my eye. I did not touch them so the composition was as the seller laid them out.

Bodiless Mannequins Waiting for the Wrecker

Headless Mannequins Waiting for the Wrecker

This was shot at the Brimfield Antique Festival. I don’t think it was a high priority to sell these but it was a great photo opportunity. Also I don’t think these heads would have matched too well with the mannequin bodies from the previous uploaded photo. This will also go into my found object series.

Rotting Tomatoes

Rotting Tomatoes

Occasionally we find objects in the street that are disgusting and at the same time beautiful. This was the case for me when I saw these rotting tomatoes. They had been there a couple of days without being squished by cars. The sun was just right when I saw them again and I went to get my camera. When I returned the sun had shifted and a shadow from a street sign pole was falling right across the tomatoes. I waited about ten minutes and you see the results. Of all the photos I took of the tomatoes, the street level view seemed to be the most impressive. This photo will be included in my found objects series that I’ve been working on.

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