Once useful devices that have lost their value in the eyes of their creators or owners are put out to pasture. They have become "still lifes" on a table of green. As usual, they suggest abandonment, loss, demise, and decay, but couched in the grasses along with similar devices in a gently lit environment, they offer demise without burial, association and interaction, and hope.
Houses at the suburban-rural boundary of a large metropolitan region: Many of the houses–the clapboard houses–are remnants of the far-removed rural communities. None of these houses were built in the last fifty years, so their lots are small with big trees, and it is easy to capture their (often diverse) neighbors.