Yet another entry in my “abandoned dolls” series, this time a two-fer: The arms and legs were for sale, $3 each, at Collage, a Portland crafts store where our upstairs neighbor works (hi, Sonya!). When our neighbor spotted me waxing enthusiastic over the body parts, she pointed out how some of the limbs seemed to be burned,Continue reading “Photo blog 87”
A new entry in my “abandoned dolls” series, though this doll wasn’t technically abandoned or “homeless” — her “mama” was playing nearby. For the other photos in the series, see below: Related articles Photo blog 66 (snoekbrown.com) Photo blog 21 (snoekbrown.com) Photo blog 9 (snoekbrown.com)
I’ve officially decided to start a series on abandoned dolls. I just can’t describe the emotion I feel when I find these things — nostalgia? sorrow? grief? curiosity? — but the emotions, like the dolls, fascinate me. I didn’t realize until I got home and uploaded these to the computer that this roof actually held two dollsContinue reading “Photo blog 66”
(Don’t ask me why, but I seem to have a knack for finding face-down dolls: Check out Photo blog 9.)
*The quality on this photo is pretty poor because I snapped it on the fly with a cell phone camera, but the image was too interesting to pass up.