Onward #1, #2, #3, 2013
Thanks very much!
Great set of images (I like this order, I think that other arrangement wouldn’t be OK)!!
Thanks very much, Santi! Yes, I agree – it can only exist in this order – I thought about lots of different combinations, but this was the one that worked.
Thanks very much! I take that as a big compliment.
That’s what it is.
Bring it ON!!!
Really nice collection here. It can go on and on and ….
This order is great because the middle image serves in the function of the “&” symbol. Bravo!
Thanks very much, Terry. Ah, yes, I hadn’t thought of that. Thank you.
Seems to be that setting yourself free from the other titling format is working wonders, Richard.
I like this sequence very much, and also individually. Well done, there. I’m a big fan of text in photos. And I love that lonely, half-open box.
Thanks very much, Ashley. Yes, I was definitely feeling constricted in the other format, and got the feeling the photographs were becoming illustrations to my pseudo-reviews. The idea now is to push it further. Get the photographs to do more heavy lifting. 🙂
Nice concept, Richard! It works really well! 😀
Thanks very much, Richard! 🙂
ciao! right on ground.
On In On? Cool:)
Yes, could be. I hadn’t thought of that, but I like it. I was trying to express a kind of exhaustion sandwich, I think. 🙂
I love the tones in each shot which go so well as a set! Beautiful!
Thanks very much, Patti!
Love this, Richard. Clever and perfectly sequenced. (Figuring out sequences takes me an exorbitant amount of time for some posts. It’s very important.)
Like how you’re letting loose. : )
Thanks very much, Karen. Yes, me too – it can take days to figure out sometimes – I can definitely see it in your work.
Love #1, and that you tagged the post cardbox box. Sweet.
Thanks very much, Deanne. Ha, yes, I may do a search on cardboard box later. See what else comes up.
Love these – perfect order – why they work so well, I don’t know, but they just do, very pleasing!
Thanks Cath, glad you like them. I’m not sure either – they were put together as much on instinct as anything else – it was a feeling I was trying to put across, not a concept. Thanks!
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