Four days ago I posted part 1, here is the second part of objects that could or could not be art, depending on who you ask.
For a variety of reasons I like taking photos of discarded objects by the road here in Italy, which some would call trash, and have been doing it all my eight years living in Tuscany. There is one spot where they are most likely to be found.
Only recently I realised why they are gone by the next day: There is a free number you can call for a free towaway of your furniture or appliance that you wish to get rid of. And here I thought that certain people snatched them as soon as they appeared, like it happens with Gypsies in Slovenia.
But today’s gallery has other kinds of objects too. Some are indeed, or borderline, or enhanced art, a rug is undecided, and the hanging key shows you a safe place to park, or so I interpreted it and didn’t get the ticket. If you are ever in Porto Ercole – now you know.
Oh, and if you are curious where Flavia is off to for a year – she just posted from there.
For Friendly Friday Photo Challenge hosted by The Sandy Chronicles: Found objects
This day in my blogging history
Some come with Uncle, don’t mind the mismatch,
others with beer umbrellas and latch.
Some with graffiti,
and some with leaves,
some sporting flowers come with a beast.
Despite saying ‘Doggie’ some come with a cat
and if one is really lucky
some come with Dad.
2019: My magic, compilation. I asked mom to add her hand to this tiny window as a size comparison. She did this.