239/365: rien de rien
Well, shoot. Call it a testament to the craziness of our early back-to-school transition. Or something…
I missed another one.
In case you didn’t catch it, the title of today’s non-existent photo is an Edith Piaf reference. It’s part of a lyric from the song “Je Ne Regrette Rien” (I regret nothing). (Click the title to listen on Spotify. It’s a gorgeous song.)
While I’m not about to ‘start again from zero’ as the song goes, I do intend to carry on the
365 364 363 project.
As a rather discouraged perfectionist, I often delight in the bit of mayhem, disarray, erosion, and decay that marks accidents, nature, life, antiques, people, art.
There is so much order and artistry in this piece: the measured ribbing, the graceful strokes of calligraphy and the vibrant, expressive figure of the crab.
And, then, there is a hole. In the umbrella. Allowing just a little bit of water or sunlight – exposure – to filter in. That’s what makes it interesting.
216/365: umbrella with calligraphy & crab