Things I Miss The Most, 2013
That is just fabulous! Great timing Richard!!
Thanks very much, Kathryn! I took two shots, and this was the best because the construction worker arched his back in that particular way that made the composition click.
Wow, I see layers! One image and images in images! Nice!
Thanks very much, Chris! Glad you like it.
Yes. Wow. Just. Wow.
🙂 Thanks very much, EllaDee.
Fascinating. I really like this shot.
Thanks very much, Anette. Glad you like it.
Richard, This one I totally love.really very good!
Thanks very much, Belinda! Really glad you like it.
Very nice, Richard, so much going on.
Thanks very much, Ashley – yes, indeed. The construction worker was the make or break element and he just arched his back the right amount for this shot.
Layers and patterns and all these wonderful stories. It really knocked me off my feet. Just stunning Mr Guest
Wow, thanks very much, Stella. I’m really glad you like it.
Oooh, all the curves and angles. Shadows, reflections, too. Fantastic.
Ha, yes – these are a few of my favourite things. Thanks very much, Melanie.
ciao! ‘it’ finds you…your patience rewards you. stay confindent.
Thanks very much, TBD!
Beautiful, and a great title… Should have used that for the next collaboration, lol… 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard! 🙂 Yes, talking of which… 🙂
Such a cool shot bursting with interest. This image has got it all! The title makes it even better (if possible)!
Thanks very much, Elena! That’s so nice to read! Steely Dan are great for titles.
Yes that arch of the back really makes it and the reader really has to engage in the photo!
Thanks very much, Carla. Yes, it’s not the most instantly navigable shot 🙂
The shadows and patterns are absolutely incredible. Perfection.
What an eye you have!
Thanks so much, Karen! What a great compliment! I’m beaming.
I like this shadow play a lot. It’s a classic and always new too. Pictures getting different layers.
Thanks very much, KUM! Glad you like it.
Totally poetic in a Sufi way, Richard! All shadows and images… and magic.
Thanks very much, MJ! What a nice compliment!
It’s a really superb composition. The construction worker cements the deal. A very interesting, captivating image.
Thanks, George. That’s very nice to hear. Yes, I’m very grateful to that construction worker.
This is just beautiful, every time I look at it I find something new.
Thanks very much, Alison. That’s very nice to hear. I take that as a big compliment.
Really great with the construction worker and the shadow from the lamp is also intriguing. I’m so glad I don’t work in construction!
Me too! Those guys look so tired at the end of their working day – it’s a killer job. Thanks very much, Cardinal! Are you getting much sleep?
Wow, good eye, so many different layers to this shot. I particularly like the shadows of the builders and the lamp, cutting into the scene behind the window.
Thanks very much, Cheryl. The builder makes it for me – he just bent his back to the exact right angle to set the echoes off.
Another great street-reflection shot! I am a huge fan of these too.
Thanks very much, Jennifer! 🙂
Very inspiring. I love this.
Really glad you like it, and that it does something. Thanks, Mary Ann.
Richard, this is beautiful!!!
Thanks so much, Patti! I think it was their first day of opening, so everything in there was pristine too. Must go in and sample the sushi.
There was a large building, a museum, perhaps, in Charleston, SC that was supposedly built of wood framing, plaster and papier mache. I know one night about 40 years ago, it went up like a torch, leaving only the staircase. The stairs are still there. I look forward to your photo galleries.
That’s a fascinating story. Odd that they’ve just left the stairs there. Interesting monument. Thanks very much, that’s very nice of you to say.
Yum. 🙂 This makes me think of a papercut – elements of it would make an amazing one. ..I slightly wish the bin wasn’t there, I like the otherworldly nature of everything else and the incongruous but somehow still absolutely belonging-ness of each part!
🙂 Thanks very much, Cath! That’s funny, I quite like the way the bin undermines the rest of the shot, but I can see how it could be irritating.
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