Street Shards: Photography

I started this series of photos two days ago when I was coming home from the track just at sunrise and saw three or four dying (but still soft and velvety) magnolia blossoms along the edge of the street. As I picked them up to feel the texture, I saw some other great partial plant shards and pieces and took them home to photograph. Here are the first two results – the rules are that they have to be found on the same day at the same time in roughly the same spot and they can’t be over analyzed in terms of composition or quality – just picked up “because.” No precious tacky metaphors on the meaning of life and death and faded beauty are allowed 🙂

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