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I've said it before, I never alter a shot. The world is screwy enough without me augmenting it. With this one, that's a bit of a fib. I was walking down the street with my eyes in odd directions (as usual) when I caught a glimpse of a bunch of carrots on the ground under a bush. I though, 'wow, that's an odd place for a bunch of carrots... maybe it's a bunny trap.' I tried to line up the shot of carrots but was not impressed with the way they were sprawled. I noticed a few other oddities... a battery... several playing cards... and a polaroid, face down and slightly folded. Of course I was curious as to what the polaroid was of. I picked it up and unfolded it...
the things I find...
I dropped it back where I found it as you see it here. Aside from picking it up and opening it... nothing was changed. Quite appropriate how the little twig ended up...
Also by Kreddible Trout
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