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    Do you have a favorite thing to collect? My daughter use to collect pigs until one day she said, "I liked pigs but now look? Everyone gives me pigs." I like to collect soft silk ribbons, and portrait pins. I am not a girly girl. But I do like the look of girly girl things in tiny doses. Old papers. Handwriting. Monograms. Rosary beads that are worn from prayer. I like to collect things that their story is written on them: Things that were used loving and kept. Broken fragments elements. Like dreams that remain no matter how hard life has been. Courage to hang on when the fire sang a soothing song. Books with engravings. Books with ruffled pages. Books that have titles such as: Devotions of the Heart. Books that someone has signed their name in the inside cover. I don't need anymore books... but still I cannot help myself. And then there are frames. Empty frames are a favorite. Ones where I can layer other empty frames together. Holding space. Holding the possibility. Eighteen century shoe buckles. Do you collect something odd? Bubble gum wrappers, old movie snubs, broken glass, baby teeth. I have a snip of my Father's hair. I cut a bit of it before he died. Touching it... well it is him... a physical part of him. I understand mourning art. Isn't that what collections are? Tender engravings. Gilded flowers. Muted colors. Century old things that speak the same message for today. History. Fragments show me that imperfections are beautiful, that beauty isn't always perfection and having a purpose. Seashells. White on white. When I listen I can hear a deep sea of silence, and the silence is profound, memories roll in and out, connecting pass to present and present to past. Silk bows for children's shoes. A mother's hand, late at night as the children slept; Folding and sewing the bows to the tiny buckles. Attaching them to her daughter's shoes. And while she did she smiled. A stone urn holds old books instead of flowers. We can do it differently and its okay. A bookshelf doesn't have to be a straight line. A pair of angels helping one another. They are missing their feet. They are holding a humming bird. Did you ever see the movie the SONG CATCHER... the collection of song? See a clip of it here....the songcatcher What...
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    Photo portfolio of Aaron Yeoman on 500px. The Bridge of Aspiration (The Royal Ballet School), London, England Just having a look through the archives this morning and came across this one from Open House London last year. I'm not sure how I missed this one in the archives, oh well here it is. I was able to take a photo of this awesome bridge due to the annual Open House London event. Basically all the buildings that are not normally open to the public open there doors for one weekend a year giving you some great photo opportunities and this was one of them. For those who are interested in going this year you can order the book with all the buildings that are going to be open now at 2011 prices, I think its £6.50 and it will be delivered to you in August. You wouldn't believe though how hard it was to get this photo with no one on it, naturally everyone walks on it when they see it so I patiently waited for my group to move off it, I took this and a few other photos and looked behind me with my group disappearing into the distance, whoops, I quickly followed but glad I took this photo :-)
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