Ink free Rorschach test

We live in an ink free society. More accurately, ink is safely sealed in containers to prevent any worrying blots that may lead us into paranoid self analysis. Even tea leaves are gathered into bags. Only the Japanese trust their population with loose ink and tea leaves. Feeling secure in our Western “no ink, no tea leaf” zone, I foolishly sharpened some pencils, and was confronted with this disturbing image!. I reflected that I should have sharpened the pencils into an opaque container to spare myself these psychological insights, and searched the internet for an all concealing pencil sharpener. Now which was the disturbing image?


About Food,Photography & France

Photographer and film maker living in France. After a long career in London, my wife and I have settled in the Vendee, where we run residential digital photography courses with a strong gastronomic flavour.
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2 Responses to Ink free Rorschach test

  1. Stuart says:

    Wonderfully abstract, those pencil shavings.

  2. Andrew Fenney says:

    Looks like a Pollock. Catching up on your blogs, having been in the South of France again for a week.

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