Fenced Dragon Lost and Found is about death, mourning and foreclosure. All materials in the pictures are from the foreclosed property where I found the corpses of the deer. The foreclosed house and property were decaying as fast as the deer that had died there. I wanted to lend the deer a bit of my creativity, so maybe we both can be heard.
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