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Towel Photograph - Behind The Cafe by Lin Haring

Behind The Cafe is a photograph by Lin Haring which was uploaded on June 8th, 2013.

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Lin, this is truly what it is all about in a sense! I so connect on your level and perspective expressed in your reply to Colleen. This capture is intriguing, interesting to think about and yes...beautiful in its own strange way....love it! V/F

Lin Haring replied:

Thanks so much, Darla! :) "think" and "in its own strange way" are highly appreciated. ;-)

I love these kinds of shots... life isn't always pretty! v

Lin Haring replied:

Thank you SO MUCH for this comment, Colleen! I've LONG held that yes, "life isn't always pretty" and that ART isn't always so in the classic, most commonly understood sense. I think there can be "beauty" in something not "pretty" if that makes any sense, and find, when viewing art, I am most drawn to images which have depth, drama, and passion. A little of "pucker" sweet goes a long way with me. I like "sweet' fine, it's just that there's so much more on the menu than just the sugary dessert, which causes your blood sugar levels to briefly shoot up, but doesn't fully sustain one... :::stepping down off my soapbox now::: ;-)

How inventive people can be...and how good we are in finding solutions to our problems with minimal use of present artifacts.....lol....great social photography...

Lin Haring replied:

Indeed, Michel -- we are an innovative, "make do" lot when we need to be. Thank you for your comment! :)

The art of the everyday. Great find and capture.

Lin Haring replied:

Ah, coming from one who has mastered capturing "the art of the everyday" I'm highly honored by your comment, Odd. :)