Jay Sennett |||

What’s Underneath

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Decay presents opportunities to find what’s underneath. Decay also reminds me of the natural cycle of all things. Ashes to ashes. Dust to dust.

Everything collapses, erodes, dies. None of us are exempt from this natural cycle. Rust reminds me of this important lesson.

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