Share Six: August 2017: Collections

Kathy of KG Ledbetter Photography chose the theme Collections and this month had me really digging deep.  Besides for books, and Lensbaby optics, I personally do not have much in the line of collections.  I collected clowns when I was a teenager and up into my twenties, but they are some where in the shambles of reconstruction and to be honest I really do not know where they landed up.  I have family photographs but I am not sure that you really want to see any of those.

So I had to dig a bit deeper.  I hope you enjoy what I came up with.

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In the reconstruction zone I found 4 boxes of lego pieces that are part of a {Collection} that date back 25 years. I was a firm believer in using Lego and construction blocks for spacial development and fine motor skills and coordination. My children were encourage to play with their Lego daily. It was not unusual to find me down on the floor building Lego with them. Amy had the coolest beach theme Lego in pink and white and we created a whole coastal town with the ice cream parlor, play park, beach chairs and umbrellas with Lego people boating, windsurfing, and jet skiing. Every so often Cameron’s pirate people would invade the beach and all hell would break loose.  It typically involved a lot of screaming “Mom”.

 

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Another {Collection} image I came across was these calculators. Every years since 2002, I have worked at a fund raising banquet. Typically you would find these calculators laid out in the counting room in preparation for after the fund raiser ended. For accountability purposes all funds were counted immediately after the banquet.

 

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A {Collection} of raindrops. If you have followed my work, you will know that I love catching raindrops and their reflections. This particular day there was a collection of raindrops on the leaf.

 

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I looked at this image as a {Collection} of pages that tells a story.  Books and I are firm friends. I love the smell of a book. I love to turn the pages and feel the paper in my hands. I am looking forward to spending some of the up-coming months working through a series of books.

 

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I was at the Ren Fest when I saw this {Collection} of bottles of “pixie dust”. I loved the colors and the way they were hanging off the beam.

 

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I have ducks that a feed on a daily basis and very often they can get quite aggressive with each other resulting in feathers lying on the grass. This {Collection} of feathers was taken on a mirror.

Thank you for joining me for this month’s Share Six.  This is a circle blog.  From the sneak peak images I have seen, you are going to want to follow the circle.  Please take time to visit our my friend Aubrey of Applewood Photography and see what she has for you this month. Keep following the circle to see what the other photographers have shared this month.  Don’t forget to leave a little love on their page as well.

You can also find me on FacebookFlickrInstagramGoogle+ and Viewbug.

Now it is your turn. Don’t forget to like us on Facebook at Share Six and come and share your images on the theme Collections throughout the month of August.  A new theme will come out on September 6.

Remember you can follow us on Instagram at @sharesix  and tag your images #sharesix_collections.

You can also find the Share Six webpage at http://www.sharesix.wordpress.com

We look forward to seeing your images on the theme Collections.

 

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