The Classical, 2013
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Ai ai ai! Fantastic! Again! Well done, Richard!
Ha, ha, thanks so much, Ashley!
Ooh! Nice work, Mr G! The lengths one goes to for one’s art! 😉
Easy to imagine a bird flew into the glass, and the impact left a replica imprint of its feathered formation.
That’s a lovely idea (not for the bird, obviously) – thanks very much, EllaDee.
Fantastic. Abstract and real at the same. Irritating, suprising and funny.
Thanks very much, Ray – really like your blog!
I love all the cracks in the glass or the mirrow, really adds to it, almost gives it a pattern.
Yes, it was a very lucky find – it was a whole plate glass window, making up most of the frontage of a tailor’s shop on The Strand. No idea how it happened, but probably vandalism.
Love it, nice find. But you can’t go around breaking windows in the name of photography! 🙂
Check out Thursday November 7 2013 The New York Times article ‘A Fisherman In New York’s Sea of Faces.’ You are much better than that 🙂
Wow, thanks very much, Carla! 🙂
Love this image, too 🙂
Really glad you like it. 🙂
Love it! Really works all together this, kind of something of the opera or tragedy about it..
Yes, defintiely! I liked the intricate violence of it. I’m sure the shop owners didn’t.
An element of sadness in this one Richard, really like it though.
That’s really interesting – I guess there is. Thanks very much, Alison. Glad you like it.
Thanks very much, Elena!
Wow, so many layers to your photo.
Thank you, Naomi!
ciao! literally for a smashing occasion 🙂
Thanks so much, Karen!
I absolutely love this one!
It could have been a book cover for American Psycho or something similar.
The smashed glass looks great, it was a good idea to go on a rampage and bring the camera Richard 😀
🙂 Thanks very much, Cardinal! Another great compliment [beams]!
Fantastic shot, Richard!
Thanks very much, Jennifer! 🙂
A startling and stunning image Richard, with a dash of Art Deco!
Thanks very much, Patti!
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