Overlooking each other—
These two close,
very beautiful image - lets the imegination go anywhere
25 Apr 2008 3:57pm
@yiannis krikis: Thank you, Yiannis, your comments are always encouraging...
(I guess that was the idea behind the photo, to allow for different readings.)
Superb! As Yiannis has said so well ... the imagination is free to roam.
25 Apr 2008 5:09pm
@Ron: Thanks, Ron! Glad it does—it means it's still working :)
I always find unexpected beauty in your photos Guillermina.
25 Apr 2008 11:00pm
@Ian Bramham: I'm so flattered, Ian. Thank you very, very much.
I find this an extremly moody type of shot, if you let it - it will shake your emotions.
27 Apr 2008 12:45am
@Observing: What a nice thing to say, Observing... I appreciate it, really. It means a lot to me, to be able to achieve that with one of my photos... Thanks again.
I think Observing said it better than me....deep down, I'm afraid to let it . (Too much introspection is not good for me...I can only take this kind of thing in small sips)
27 Apr 2008 9:34am
@Ian Bramham: Afraid?... Oh, but emotions are one of the few things that keep us alive...
(That's why I take so long to upload an image—to give you time to digest the previous one ;) )
..& visual poetry :)
27 Apr 2008 11:50am
@Lydia: What a nice comment, Lyd. All the more so coming from you, a true poet. Thank you!
le rendu est superbe.
27 Apr 2008 8:23pm
@Marie: Merci, Marie ! Très gentils.
A moody black and white shot. Well done. I hope the weather breaks for you soon.
27 Apr 2008 8:43pm
@Oswegan: Thanks, Oswegan. I like this kind of weather, though... I find it extremely suitable for introspection.
Love the moodiness in all of your work. Really Great.
And yes, I absolutely love A Softer World. No disrespect meant by the comics, simply a tribute of sorts to their style while maintaining my own :)
28 Apr 2008 3:45am
@.wilhelmina.rose.: Very nice of you, wilhelmina (is that your real name? Just curious, we might be homonymous).
love the composition...tones and feel:)
29 Apr 2008 2:33am
@Will: Glad you do, Will. Thanks for the visit...
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