Infinity and Idleness

Sometimes when I have my camera in hand, I will run across utilitarian objects in a state of rest.  These objects are intended and named for specific purposes—salt shaker, guardrail, air hose—but when I find them, those purposes are not being served.  What results are images in which the viewer is left to speculate upon the nature of these objects as they lay idle.  When not fulfilling their societal duties, the objects seem inhabited by personalities that typically remain hidden within their finite reasons for existing.

 

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