Spare has many connotations: it can mean one too many, or sparse, or even to release something from harm. I’m looking forward to seeing your interpretations! Bonus points to those who tell the story behind their “spare” inspiration.
This week I decided to post twice. The first was based on memory of my mother, the second is some spare items I photographed while visiting my daughter, Allison, in San Diego.
‘New stuff doesn’t usually have the character I adore: the rust, the chipped paint, the history … ‘ ~ Tanya Couchman ~
There were many spare items in the antique store we visited. Various items in many colors and sizes. It was such a fun time with Allison. Wish I remembered the name of the location because it was a great place to visit. Had I live closer and owned a home this would not have been just a viewing. My car would have been filled.
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Light and Love!