October 19th, 2006
ten (or more) versions of the same thing collected on my walk


juice container rings.

Oct 19 2006
1:34 pm
julie writes:

wow, thats fabulous…so pretty in a group!!!

Oct 19 2006
1:38 pm
Kat writes:

pretty pretty plastic. much better in a group than on the ground.

Oct 19 2006
1:40 pm
amanda writes:

I love the slight blur on the scan/photo.

Oct 19 2006
1:52 pm
shari writes:

love the colors!

Oct 19 2006
1:56 pm
shanna writes:

love the dreaminess of the photo and the title as well!!

Oct 19 2006
2:01 pm
Molly writes:

cooooool.

Oct 19 2006
3:46 pm
kristine writes:

Great way of looking at things! This makes me happy.

Oct 19 2006
4:06 pm
my pink sky writes:

i absolutely love this unexpected beauty!

Oct 19 2006
6:19 pm
Rachael writes:

Pretty! Did you have to raid a bunch of recycling bins to find this variety? Hopefully they weren’t all tossed on the ground.

Oct 19 2006
7:45 pm
keri Smith writes:

yes, sadly they were all tossed on the ground. you can get a bit of a feel for Troy in witnessing this. i have to try to find some beauty in the debris.

Oct 19 2006
7:45 pm
keri Smith writes:

yes, sadly they were all tossed on the ground. you can get a bit of a feel for Troy in witnessing this. i have to try to find some beauty in the debris.

Oct 19 2006
7:45 pm
keri Smith writes:

yes, sadly they were all tossed on the ground. you can get a bit of a feel for Troy in witnessing this. i have to try to find some beauty in the debris.

Oct 20 2006
2:41 am
Boho Girl writes:

it is sad that people are not mindful of littering but i do appreciate how you have created art out of your findings. lovely. xo

Oct 21 2006
12:54 am
Kelly writes:

Ditto ditto what everyone else said. Genius! Visionary artist! Your creativity gives me JOY!!!
K

Oct 21 2006
6:32 pm
herhimnbryn writes:

Lovely litter!
Am curious K. When you find these objects, how do you display them at home. Do you keep them forever or eventually throw them? How do you store them?

Oct 21 2006
6:52 pm
skeeter writes:

Cool idea, reminds me of this thing we’re learning in art class about repetition in different colours. Darnit, was the place THAT polluted??

Oct 21 2006
10:25 pm
n.b. writes:

Mmm, such lovely colors! I like that these are the little plastic strips from juice and milk containers: not that they are plastic trash thrown into the street but that you gathered them up and found a way to showcase their beauty. By the way, they make great cat toys! Our cat loves to bat them around, much preferring them to the expensive feline playthings from the pet supply store.

Oct 22 2006
2:51 am
shelley Noble writes:

Great filter/art on the shot, Keri. AND THANK YOU for the rec on the Road Home. What a beautiful movie it was! Paul and I loved it deeply. The rich textures were outta control. And it was a loving tribute to true love and teachers in an unusual way, don’t you think?

Oct 28 2006
1:59 am
Alex writes:

do you think that when the cheap oil runs out that we won’t have disposable plastic containers any more? Litter appals me, but I get nearly as distressed by the excess packaging that causes it. Especially drinks containers. Why does nearly every water bottle have to have a teat?
Ngh….


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