I am drawn to these unconscious arrangements, still-lifes of necessity, because of the unseen hands which created them. Who made that stack of chairs? Why in that order? Who hung those baskets on the wall? Why there? Of course, I am also attracted to the materials used in these arrangements and the mystery of how the photographic process will render...
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