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giving back. [project one]
May 25, 2008, 7:47 pm
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i want to give back to the environment that has provided me with so much. and to do this, i’ve gone back to the places where i have found and left things to be found.  a roll reversal. hopefully it’ll be as meaningful to someone else as it was to me.

i don’t think it is necessary to explain what each one of those object mean to me, as the ones that i find come with no context.  they are left for me to interpret however it is i want or can. but leaving them behind came with a little bit of sadness, like i was just abandoning a piece of myself. which essentially i was. but then i sat for a bit to plan out the route to my next location and saw people walking by and either not even noticing what i had left, or expressing a little bit of interest but not making any effort to investigate further then just a glance.  which makes me wonder if anyone will take what i have left, or if the wind will just blow it away…

 

[if anyone is interested in seeing the objects that i found at those places, let me know and i’ll post those too.]

 

 

 

 

 

 

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i kinda want the wind-up ducky for my toy collection, i hope i find it

Comment by johnny5000

[…] writers, walking my favorite project that i’ve done for this class was the first one, the giving back one. what i wish i would have been able to do was having some sort of interaction with the person […]

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