Forgotten Toys

JessamynPrincePhotography

 Left Behind

I have been, as of late, very inspired by the idea of toys forgotten/dropped/left behind, and the reasons for this abandonment.

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5 thoughts on “Forgotten Toys

  1. June says:

    Love it!

    I’m a little embarrassed to say that I still have a stuffed animal that I keep with me in bed (and I’m 23). I actually had a moment last year when I thought I had dropped him on the street somewhere when I was moving across town, and it started raining the following morning. Ended up being where I had left him at my house.

    (Found you under the photography tag, in case you were wondering, heh.)

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    • Jessamyn Prince says:

      Well Thanks!
      You are officially the first person to comment on any of my post!(only started this blog two weeks ago!) So congratulations!
      I made this photograph with the goal to try to represent how our toys might feel when they are lost or abandoned. I drew inspiration from one of my favorite childhood books, The Velveteen Rabbit. I am always drawn to dipicting personifications of inanimate object, so more to come I promise!

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