weekly photo challenge: an unusual pov

Moon Chest, 2008; Ai Weiwei

Moon Chest, 2008; Ai Weiwei

Looking through a row of large cabinets depicting phases of the moon.

trapped lightbulb

trapped lightbulb

In southern Sri Lanka, a light bulb is stuck in the wall of a home destroyed by a tsunami. The man lost his wife, children and his house. He now rescues, rehabilitates and releases sea turtles from the remains of his former home.

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  8. Ai Weiwei does some really wonderful work – I never saw the Moon Chest so thanks for that! (I want one). And the light bulb – what a story, what a photo – thank you for your great contribution to the POV challenge, and sorry I got here so late!

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