Ghost of Chance #1, #2, #3, 2013
Excellent idea and very well captured… 🙂
Thanks very much, Drake! Much appreciated. 🙂
You are something of a master of the picture essay. Really well done here.
Thanks very much, George – that’s a big compliment coming from you.
The horizontals, the verticals, and what lies between. Pillars and pavement.
Much strength and symbolism in these.
Thanks very much, Karen. They are certainly strong verticals.
and next time again… and again…
Even without the narrative implied in the three, I (especially) love the first one all on it’s own.
Thanks very much, Andy. That’s great to hear. I’m really glad you like it.
Reblogged this on filmcamera999.
Completely fell in love with this trilogy of ghostly chance…. 🙂
Have a good weekend…
Great! Thanks very much, MJ. You too.
A perfect title for street photographers too!
Ha, yes! Spot on.
¡Excelente idea! me encanta!!
Thanks very much, Manoli!
Nice shots. Very evocative and effective. Again, it’s seeing behind the scenes of a normally recognisible place! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard! 🙂
Super sequence and story!
Thanks so much, Charles!
If you were displaying this would it be horizontally? I think it works so well moving downwards, quite creepy, as usual you invest an ordinary scene with dramatic and narrative potential!
Hi Lois! No, I think I’d stick with the vertical arrangement – it’s less contemplative/ more aggressive visually. Thanks very much – that is great to hear!
Such a feeling of dis-ease…waiting-wonderful.
Thanks so much, Elena – what a great way of putting it!
Yes, as George says, you really do these picture essays well – I can imagine series like these extended and projected to a wall or screen..could be interesting..
Yes, that’s a very interesting idea – I’ve been thinking lately about how the visual side of the blogging experience could be mirrored outside the box – projections are fleeting enough for sure…
the bend of the back in the middle picture is fantastic too..
I took quite a few shots of him, and this was the one that told the story best. Thanks very much, Cath.
This is such a beautifully dramatic set Richard, the flow between them is . . . !
Ha, what a great comment! Thanks, Patti – that’s made me very happy.
Excellent. Great lines. Great compositions. Great story.
Thanks so much, Melanie!
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