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Azuma Makoto – Underwater Bonsai

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(Azuma Makoto)

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Quiet thoughts echo louder inside.

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From the Curiosity Cabinet: A Cicada Cast-off

This reminded me of the things we leave behind.

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This little cicada shell was gleaming in the sun like a miniature bronze, and naturally it beckoned to come home with me. It is the moulted shell from the final  stage in a cicada’s growth. You may have happened across a similar empty shell tentatively clinging to a tree branch. You’d bring it home too, wouldn’t you?


The escape hatch. A little tear up the back.



*If you are curious about method, this cicada shell was photographed on a mirror.

All images © Karen McRae. 2012

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