an eclectice mix of imagery, each haunting in it’s own mood and atmosphere. Combined they tell a short spooky story quite nicely.
Thanks very much, John. Much appreciated!
Gorgeous gritty details in these. Beautiful, beautiful work, Richard!
There is an intimacy in this series, like the viewer is in these spaces.
Thanks very much, Karen – that’s such a nice comment to read! I’m really chuffed you like them.
Dusk is moody…and beautiful. Great photos!
Thanks very much, Angeline!
Nice series, Richard, dreamlike, including that fabulous skull.
Thanks very much, Ashley – I’m really glad you like it. It’s interesting how these things shape up – the skull’s been knocking around for ages, waiting for these two to join it.
Tis the season! Really enjoyed this as a collection. My favorite will have to be that last one.
Indeed! Glad you like them, Billimarie. Thanks very much.
Love all three but especially the first and third
Thanks very much, Leon – really glad you like them.
Fading light still makes for some great shots, Richard! 😀
Ha, ha, thanks very much, Richard 🙂
Ah, the raw expression and texture-really terrific, all three!
Thanks so much, Elena – I’m really glad you like them.
I’ve always wanted a cow skull like that on my wall.
I can imagine, ha, ha.
Very cool. 1st shot reminds me of Georgia Okeefe!
Oh, yes! I’m going to dig out an old monograph now. Thanks very much, Jennifer.
Great shots. Love the detail in the first one. It reminds me of art college, they seem a bit obsessed with getting students to draw animal skulls.
Thanks very much, Alison. That’s really interesting – it was nudes and (floating) apples at ours. I guess there’s a lot of detail in a skull and a lot of light and shade.
The second photo is my favourite. I love the mistiness, the colours and reflections. It translates the mood. (Makes me feel cold, looks like a cold day!)
Yes, it was a cold day and the light was an icy blue. Glad you like it, Cheryl.
oohhh lots of emotion – something here. I just saw the Hockney show in San Francisco. This ‘collage’ or I don’t know -photographs talking to each other. really interesting – thank you.I’ll come back and look at this. There is a lot to think about here.
Glad you got something out of these, Carla. Thanks very much.
Moody, introspective and illuminating . . ..
Thanks very much, Patti.
These are wonderful! I do not know how I stopped getting your posts?
Thanks very much, Kathryn! WP is a bit glitchy at the moment – I’m sure I’ve lost people’s stuff too.
I tried to streamline and I think it was me : ((
A very intriguing series. I’m really drawn to the textures of the skull. The second shot is brilliant: I just love the tones and fractured geography of it. The lines of two and three both really appeal to me.
Thanks veyr much, Melanie – really glad you like them. It’s interesting that we are drawn to images with a lot of texture in them. Dilapidation etc seems a lot more interesting than the pristine – I wonder if it’s to do with the precision of digital photography.
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