Get Ready For Love #1, #2, #3, 2013
Excellent! I Love the title.
Thanks so much, MJ!
wow .. quite Intriguing… 🙂
Ha, thank you! 🙂
I really like how these three work together, Richard. It’s an unsettling tension framed by the exquisite title. Great set.
Thanks very much, Chris. That’s a great compliment.
Nice set of images, Richard; disparate, but they work really well together! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard! 🙂 Yes, disparate indeed – Bank of England, office of a food company, Bexhill 🙂
Great idea… 🙂
Waves of love, not bad… 🙂 😉
Thanks so much, Drake 🙂
I guess you can find love anywhere…
I love Nick Cave but I don’t know this particular song – it moves with the rhythm of your images.
Yes, and I think love is underrated as a force. The Nick Cave song is hilariously fast and furious – definitely worth a listen. Thanks very much, Karen.
Not ready! Almost ready! Ready!
Ha, ha, very good! Thanks very much, Laura!
Had no idea you were such a romantic. 😉
I love that second image. Very cool ambiguity.
🙂 Thanks very much, Jennifer!
You are amazing dear Richard, these tree are great under the same title, fascinated me. Thank you, love, nia
Thanks very much, Nia! You say the nicest things! Thank you.
I like scrolling between 1. and 11. They work so well together. Great photos Richard.
Thanks very much, Cheryl. The horizontal and vertical lines work well together in those two.
I see NIck in every one.
Ha, me too! Old Nick, as well.
ciao! compliments. you managed to penetrate the subject matter exquisitely.
Thanks so much! That’s great to hear!
Lovely images, Richard. The anticipation of the subjects is vivid.
Thanks very much, Arjun.
Brilliance all over the place here! Fantastic set! I’m especially taken with the second one, but the three really work so well together. The more I look at the first one, the more I REALLY like the lines, and the composition of that one, too.
Thanks so much, Melanie! I’m really glad you like them. That’s a great compliment!
The first one almost looks like some Roman architecture.
Yes, I’m sure that was intentional – Imperial presence – it’s the Bank of England. No windows at this level.
I like the tension you set up in the first two.. the third is like a release (climax ?! Is that too corny?) Very good your pictures are always thoughtfully arranged and always make me think. I like that!
Yes, I guess the third is a release in a way (although sometimes it makes me think of Leonard Rossiter in Reggie Perrin, so tempered by bitter humour in a way), although I think all three have a feeling of indifference about them.
Nice idea, these images work very well together – lines displayed in different ways. I’m in the process of listening to the new Nick Cave album, who incidentally I occasionally see around Brighton.
Thanks very much. Yes, it’s a grower that album – got some really good stuff on it. Love Jubilee Street. I’m a fan – think he’s getting better as he gets older. It must be odd to see him about the place. I once saw Alexei Sayle in the supermarket with his mum – it seemed really incongruous.
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