Twisted is a hard one. My first impulse was to photograph my sense of humour..
Then I realised my clothesline was twisted
Then I remembered something I saw during my time in the Desert with indigenous people.
We are so used to having pockets or purses or bags in our civilization, it sometimes escapes our notice that other peoples had to find solutions to the problems of carrying stuff.
In a landscape where the heat is too great to wear skins as clothing and the only natural object which can be used for carrying are wooden bowls which the women can carry on their heads, these belts, worn around the waist, are a big help to the men who have to carry the small birds and animals back to camp while keeping their hands free for further hunting.
They are made from twisted human hair. The colour comes from the dust of the desert.