Vol. 1 Ch. 3 P. 15

toys

If you’re not coming back for me,
at least find me a home this Christmas.

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24 thoughts on “Vol. 1 Ch. 3 P. 15

  1. I like that photo – it gives me an idea of what to do with the sad pile of similar and formerly much loved “stuffies” that my grown up daughter abandoned in our carport. I should at least take some pictures of them.

  2. Count me in as one of the Velveteen Rabbit fans as well! Accept, I might have gone a bit far in that my child hood teddy bear still sleeps with me every night! His name is Iggy and I know someday he will be a REAL bear if love is the trick cause he has been the most loved teddy bear ever!! LOL I thought I lost him in an airport once a few years ago ( as a fully grown adult) and I remember the terror I felt thinking that I was going to have to call security and stage a search and rescue because there was no way I was boarding the plane without him. It was at this point that I realized my attachment to my childhood pal may have gone to far and I had to seriously rethink our camaraderie. Never the less, I hope to pass him down to my little girl someday!

  3. Reminds me of the doll from “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer.” Unlike the other misfit toys she had no perceived flaws. Her only “flaw” was that she’d been abandoned by her previous owner.

    That is one moving photo.

  4. I agree with Tarheel: this particular arrangement and photo capture hints at abandonment and Teddies soon to disappear if not claimed. Very good message about passing on the love at this season. Thank you. Beautiful and most effective.

  5. The composition is very powerful in this image combined with the choice of black and white. I’m not sure if it’s in the original image, but there a splash of blue across the bottom of Hello Kitty that actually adds to the drama. It’s like the lack of attention is making the stuffed animals lose their existence. Nice!

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