This stand holds the tools we use to poke and prod the logs in our wood burner in Akaroa. It actually belongs to our daughter, but the clean air police in Christchurch say she can't have fires anymore, so she gave it to us to take to Akaroa, where there is no such ban. The tools sit there, by the fire, year round, and it had never occurred to me that the four tools look like four children, listening to a grown up. That is the whole point of this project, learning to see what else something could be. Taking just elements of an object seems to make this easier. I can only guess the family stories they listening to.
Each week I'll publish a new image as part of a joint Project 52, with my friend in the USA. We both make an image every week, and send them to each other. We are now in the 2nd year of this project. We find it challenging, stimulating and fun. Life should be fun.