by Tom Conally
Origami is one of my passions. It reminds me of life. A simple piece of paper folded into complex and convoluted patterns which are made to look like real objects such as a crane, an elephant, or a rabbit. Oh, so carefully folded, creased and nurtured then put on display sometimes privately, sometimes publicly for all to see and comment upon. Sometimes when in a hurry, the paper is misfolded and crumpled and discarded. Like life.
Tom Conally, author of Smoke Damage, has a picture gallery.