Above/featured: Night glow on a black tub-chair at a bus stop – 7 Oct 2021.
The intersection between modernity and ordinary is extraordinary in its vast reach, covering all corners of the planet by land, sea, and air. Consider what we have in our homes, and how much or little of it will get recycled. We might pause to consider how a piece of furniture lives or is used by a family; how they must have once been excited to buy chairs, couches, and beds, only to throw them out when they were deemed surplus to requirements, how much is tossed out in a regular or periodic “clean out” and/or in the process of moving out from a residence.
Below are images of abandoned items, whose likely destination is the dump.
I made all photos above with a Fujifilm X70 fixed-lens prime in metro Vancouver (BC). Acknowledgements go to I.J. Khanewala for LAPC no.169 in the week of 9—15 Oct 2021. This post appears on Fotoeins Fotografie at fotoeins DOT com as https://wp.me/p1BIdT-lDT.