To be sliced for tomorrow's burgers, but meanwhile it was on the kitchen counter at the end of the day and I got interested in the colors.


these entries are always for me a slowed breath caught, a peaceful break, or a quiet unforced smile on a crowded day. they don't ask for analysis or whether they have succeeded or met some mark, they just are. and i appreciate the time with them. i was thinking today as i moved down the days one after the other that they're really a kind of hybrid haiku (not the contrained pattern of syllables, but the pacing and quick images and shutter-quick thoughts) where the captions expand the drawing and open it up. thanks again, liz :)

You got the colors just right.

Thank you both.



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