Lost In The Humming Air, 2013
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Wonderful storytelling image and great blue!
Thanks very much – yes, that blue’s a beauty, especially in those surroundings.
It’s humming !!
Amazing and Thank you so much for sharing
Thanks very much, Gede.
Gorgeous tones, and nicely balanced.
Great title too!
Thanks very much, Karen. Yes, Harold Budd and Brian Eno have come up with some great titles (which I intend to lift).
Love the framing on this one, Richard! A nice unusual composition that works really well! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard! Glad you like it, my friend! 🙂
I do, it’s a great shot! 😀
Loving the blues!
Thanks very much, Elena!
Like it Richard, looks slightly American – don’t know why.
I think maybe it’s because of the man’s stance – and the look of the buildings. On The Waterfront?
Oh yes, but also a bit Starsky and Hutch!
Richard, I have missed your blog over the last many weeks. I’ve dropped in for a peek now and then, and have been frustrated because I didn’t just want to “like” without leaving a comment and I’m often in a rush, and your images are always thought-provoking. I told myself today that I would catch up and promised myself that I wouldn’t leave comments for every image I’ve missed, so YOU wouldn’t have to play catch up, too, since you’re always so conscientious and kind about replying to comments, and I didn’t want you to have to answer every single one. 🙂 But I couldn’t resist for some, as you’ll no doubt see. Anyway, I’ve enjoyed every single post. All the fabulous hair, and fabulous faces (Johnnie Walker), the marvelous mustaches (James) and characters (Joe Allen), the captivating gazes (Adrian, Dennis), abstracts, reflections, series. I enjoy your work very much, and look forward to your posts. I miss them when I’m not able to keep up. 🙂
This is so nice of you, Melanie – I really appreciate your kind words. 🙂 Thanks very much! Glad you like them!
ciao! i get the buzz…terrific shot.
Thanks very much! Glad you like it!
He looks like he’s in a cage. I like it. Oh that sounds a bit ambiguous but I think you’ll know what I mean. 😉
🙂 Yes, I see what you mean – it’s very interesting body language.
So many details and stories here..one of those ones I find more the more I look..and love that blue – bright eyeshadow!
That blue’s lovely isn’t it? I think that building used to house a nightclub.
Love the two people sneaking into the frame–and the blue on that building just pops!
Yes, I love that blue. The only colour in the area.
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