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From a distance, all these might appear black.  But closer up . . .

a lot more detail

crowds out

the color.

Textures,

labels,

abrasions,

assemblages and imprints . . .

and lights, I just am tired of hearing about black Friday.

How about black Tuesday, Thursday, hole, magic, tie, gold, list, box, market . . . . the list goes on and on.

Let’s retire the notion and activities of black Friday.

Sentiments and photos by Will Van Dorp, who can be quite stubborn and will stay out of the marketplace real or virtual today just on principle.

It’s been six years already since the blue Friday series that started the day after Thanksgiving here.

 

 

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