Your Heart Out, 2013
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Great shot Richard, I love the way you really have to study these images to work out what is going on, like a great puzzle.
Thanks very much, Leanne. Yes, I like the complexity you get with reflections – they seem to add layers of meaning.
love reflections, two photos for the price of one click. good one.
Me too. Thanks very much, Mike!
Beautiful puzzle with storylines
Thanks very much, Chris.
Great shot Richard, love the layers, the people and their own space in the photo. Great story telling
Very well done, Richard… 🙂
Thanks very much, Drake 🙂
Great mix of people, Richard! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard 🙂
great shot – wonder what they are each thinking………
Yes, me too – they are each very much in their own worlds, I think. Thanks very much, Carla.
Amongst your best 🙂
Thanks very much, EllaDee – that’s nice to hear. 🙂
ciao! you capture city stories in that london moment…so, so well.
Thanks so much, TBD!
ciao! i appreciate if you would update on the prints you have for sale. thanks 🙂
Hi TBD! Thanks for your interest. I kind of closed the shop. I’ll email you tomorrow…
ciao! do so…
Lots of interesting repetition and surprises. Your reflection series is so good!
Thanks very much, Karen! I take that as a massive compliment.
Wonderful layers and gazes, Richard.
There’s a lot of stuff happening in this photo!
Great shot, wonderful reflection..
Thanks very much, Francina.
Little visual novellas.
Thanks very much, Elena – that’s a lovely thing to hear.
Adore the tones, shadows, everything in this shot Richard. It comes with a comforting sense of preservation!
I’m really glad you like it, Patti. The cafe is another place I keep photographing – it just offers up a lot of interesting pictures. Keep expecting the staff to come out and tell me to clear off.
This goes straight into my Top 5. I love it. Eat Your Heart Out is a strange expression, I’d never thought about it before.
Yes, it is odd isn’t it? I wonder where it comes from. I’m really glad you like the shot! Thanks, Alison.
As others have said, Richard, your layered reflections are wonderful.
Thanks very much!
Love all those layers.
I’m really glad you like them – it’s a particularly good window for this kind of shot – I’ve posted others already.
The reflections are my favorites. I always love it when you post them.
Really glad you like them, George. I’m sure there will be more…
Cool capture. Try it in b/w♥
Love the title and image! I can imagine these more abstract street shots alongside the headshots in the gallery. Maybe two different sizes … the abstracts larger than the headshots. Poster size!
I’d love to do something like that – I was working on a book that worked kind of on those lines, but I’m too busy to put it together at the moment. Love the idea of poster size prints! Thanks, Jennifer – really glad you like it.
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