Peonies for Robin: unconcerned but not indifferent
There was a Man Ray retrospective last year in Paris, which explains my hack attempt at his beautiful 'rayograms'.
One of the surprising things about his work was the disparity (some of it was just bad; you don't imagine Raphael having a bad day, Monet finishing a crap water lily or Giotto drawing a wonky circle, etc., still...). Another was the tiny size of Man Ray's negatives.
"Unconcerned but not indifferent" is a lovely motto, IMO. It's also Man Ray's epitaph.
Anyway, I saw and admired some peonies here, remembered the rayograms, the epitaph and here's the result.