Dragonfly I


It's done and photographed (see my 24 April post). The weeks turned into months on this one. Part of the problem is that I have been struggling with my Foundlings lately. They seem like merely variations on a theme. In a way they are and yet, when you work at something a lot, your progress can get obscured. Only with some time and some distance, can you gain some perspective. There are a few Foundlings that I have not posted as I didn't think they were successful. Some still don't seem successful but a few, as the months go by, start to evolve. They start to whisper to me. They ask that I take a second look.

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