This phenomenon was first observed by Sally when a priest in vestments picked up the first black-glazed pot we had made and wondered out loud why he was so drawn to that pot. I started making photographs of “people who matched their pots” to amuse myself and ended up with an album.

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People and their pots people and their pots people and their pots
people and their pots people and their pots people and their pots
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People and their pots people and their pots people and their pots
people and their pots people and their pots people and their pots
People and their pots people and their pots people and their pots
people and their pots people and their pots people and their pots
People and their pots People and their pots

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