Some assembly required. That’s what was needed on this artistic experiment. In an effort to tie some life lesson to this picture, I think that most of our lives require some assembly.
I’m not just ruminating about the times when the cracks appear, but when the light shines in as well.
In fact, if you alternate light and shadow making their way through our cracks you could say that we are always in some stage of assembly.
That’s a good thing.
Without that constant work, I for one, would be bored.
Often, I marvel at folks with whom that I attended high school. They graduated from high school, they attended a local college, they married their high school sweetheart, worked for 40 years and are now retired.
I really have no idea what challenges they were presented in what amounts to 50 years, but they really seem settled. Or, did they settle?
I, on the other hand, never stayed in one place with the exception of now. I couldn’t stay with one women. I had a lot of adventures.
Which is the better life? For me it depends on which day you ask that question.
Stay safe. Stay mighty. Wear your mask. Keep your distance. Wash your hands. Enjoy every sandwich.
Experiments. A friend of mine seems to think that I have a collection of these. If I do it wasn’t intentional. I do them so infrequently that I’d have to search to really know.
They are time consuming to make and their really is no pattern.
This is a combination of two pictures. One, is obviously a stand of trees that has shed its leaves for winter.
The other is undetermined in this picture. It’s really a Camellia that I photographed very tightly. You may see that picture this week.
I layered and adjusted them. You see the result.
I’d ask you like it and if you like to see more, but I never do it until the pictures are ready.