We Let The Stars Go, 2013
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New. Wow. I’d love to see this as a huge print, perfectly processed. The contrast, colour, light… and rings are astounding.
Thanks so much, EllaDee. As is often the case, I was after a particular shot on a little trip round the neighbourhood and I took this because it caught my attention. The thing I set out to photograph wasn’t nearly as interesting.
Beautiful, Richard, really beautiful! 😀
Thank you my friend! 🙂
Absolutely spellbinding Richard and I am sure you had fun taking this!
It was a lovely cold, crisp evening and we went out for a walk round the block. I kept getting left behind, struggling with focus 🙂 Thanks very much, Patti.
Not sure how you did this Richard, but it’s lovely. Prefab Sprout are from my home town.
Thanks very much, Alison. I heart Prefab Sprout – From Langley Park To Memphis is a much played LP around these parts and Steve McQueen is in my top ten. Paddy is a genius.
Yes, I agree.
Fabulous, Richard. It reminds me of blood vessels in a brain!
Oh, yes, I like that! Thanks very much, Ashley!
I second syncopated eyeball’s comment. Simply eye catching. Have a nice day Richard!
Thanks very much, Marco! You too!
Wonderful! It makes me think of the tiny veins you see through your eye when you look at bright lights..it’s a blinding shot!
Thanks very much, Cath! Ah, yes, totally – used to do that deliberately as a child 🙂
This is REALLY humming too ! Love the vibrations!
🙂 Thanks very much, Kathryn! Glad you like it.
Love the acid-y colour, cool!
It’s pretty much as my camera interpreted it. I heart sodium lights. Thanks very much, Karen.
This is a fascinating image. The sodium lighting seems to be interacting with the moisture in the air off the branches.
Yes, I think you’re spot on. Thanks very much.
Surreal and awesome!
And pretty much a natural occurrence. Thanks very much, Cardinal – I’m chuffed!
Beautiful colour. What are the rings in the background? Love this shot.
To be honest I’m not entirely sure what the rings are, but I think they are to do with the dampness in the air – it wasn’t a camera fault because it only happened in this one shot.
Really cool–something sci-fi about it!
Yes, I can see that – a kind of Fahrenheit 451 brainwashy thing…
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