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It's day ten of Anna Carson's Project Black. Today, I offer an odd assortment of things and sights I see outside my house. Some of them may be stretching "black," but cheating is fun. I'm thinking that PB is probably close to an end, so I'm just tossing everything I can think of in. Sorry. (Watch I'll probably run out of things for the end now. That'll teach me.)
I love sillouhettes in general, but I especially love the 2nd one where this little robin kind of loses his elegant dignity.
The handle of my front screen as seen from the inside...
This thing began it's life with a glass jar inside and was a candle holder for large candles. It has a twin. Both lost their glass during different moves. They were briefly re-purposed as flower pot holders. Now they are just rusting things that sit outside amid the weeds that constitute my front yard. But they are black.
Ok... this is really stretching it, but I like shadows and I like the wood on my porch, so...
Another real stretch using shadow as "black," - this dark window in one of the broken-down sheds at the back of my back yard.
I like this broken down old black fence because it's broken down. Alas, when the rest of my big tree goes, the fence will probably go with it. I have nicer photos, but not with the cute bunny in them. She had two babies with her. I guarantee that they will show up for Wordless Wednesday very soon.
Pre sunset sky last night. My tribute to skywatch, which I skipped in favor of Project Black this week.
My other Project Black posts include:
Cane Corso Mastiff
Crow on the Wire
My Black Cane
Shop Vac and Angel Parts
Akua'ba Tours Black
Lots of Rocks and a Shell
Boots and Bears
Looking Outside Potpourri