Time, Gentlemen! (I), 2013
You Can’t Unring A Bell, 2013
Time, Gentlemen! (II), 2013
Fabulous set, Richard!!! I like very much the three of them!!
Thanks so much, Santi! I’m really glad you like them!
Gosh, you take them and then put them all together so well. Brilliant!
Thanks so much, Patti! What a lovely thing to say!
Nothin’ quite like the urban grime of Imperial spit and piddle.
I love the middle image. The title is one I wish I’d thought up. Great one.
Thanks very much, Terry. 🙂
Excellent. I especially like the first shot: great composition, lines, colors, textures.
Thanks very much, Melanie.
I like these three separately, Richard, and the sequence is most interesting. I’m still thinking about layered meaning, the inevitable and unstoppable passage of time. This set, especially the last strikes me as ironic, the grime belies the words… or does it?
Very cool, Richard.
Thanks very much, Ashley. The sequence suggested itself to me when I took the final shot – they all just slotted into place. I’m kind of just allowing my feelings to guide me at the moment. The titles of the photographs are memories (probably false ones), of snippets of works by W.S. Burroughs and Tom Waits, and again they just seemed to fit. The middle shot is from Savoy Street again, but looking the opposite way. Yes, it did seem ironic that this very grand looking building called Imperial Buildings was now dilapidated and basically being used as an ashtray. It gave me the first clue to the feeling I wanted to get across. God, I wiffle on…
I like the middle photo.
Thanks, George. Glad you like it.
Wow! Very nice work.
Thanks so much, Mary Ann! Glad you like it.
Love them, especially viewed together
Thanks very much, Alison. Yes, I’m really getting into sequences at the moment.
I love the series you do – like this. Very nice indeed!
Thanks very much, MJ! I suspect there may be more… 🙂
Oh… great! Look forward…
Again three nice images of the behind-the-scenes we do not normally see! This is what I love about your work, Richard! 😀
Thanks very much, Richard! 🙂
Great series, Richard! Love the title too
Thanks very much, Emily! It’s quite interesting having to come up with names for things again (instead of fitting images to book titles). It makes me feel somewhat exposed.
Fascinating series. The titles make it all the more intriguing.
Thanks very much, Karen. Yes, I’m quite pleased with the way the titles have added something… I shall experiment further.
Terrific-each piece has it’s own quality, but they work together beautifully.
Thanks very much, Elena – I’m glad they work together! Great!
You can’t un ring a bell, is my favourite, it leaves me wondering who she is.
Yes, she had a very interesting way of walking. Thanks, Cheryl!
You’re welcome, Richard! 🙂
some stories in each image here..worn, slightly broken..time can be both cruel and kind eh..
Yes, indeed. Thanks, Cath.
Such different images from you, I really like them. Would love to see some more. YOu do this kind of street art really well.
Yes, I’m trying to shake something out of myself at the moment. Thanks so much, Leanne.
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