– The Sun Highlights The Lack In Each, 2014 –
– The Weaker Soldier, 2014 –
Yo Mr Guest – just seen this, currently sitting in the White Horse – Greenwich Village. Can I get a cope of both of these, they are awesome!
Lucky you! Hope you’re having a good time. Thanks for the compliment – yes, of course! I will sort it.
I think you should explore the disjointed world a lot more Richard, I love the images you get. These are fantastic.
Thanks so much, Leanne.
I agree. I think you have the potential to dive very deep. The more abstract the better in my opinion!
Thanks very much, Alex!
Elegantly surreal. Love the thoughtful placement of elements, especially the vertebra in the first and the subtle disorientation of the second. Marvelous!
Thanks very much, Elena! I’m really glad you like them.
Awesome! The first one is absolutely beautiful and I really like how you captured the second one! Great images, Richard.
Thanks so much, Anette.
Brilliant, Richard – especially the ‘Weaker Soldier’!!! 🙂
🙂 Thanks very much, Marina!
Very well captured, Richard… 🙂
Thanks very much, Drake! 🙂
Your work inspires me…whenever I’ve experienced fatigue, ran out of ideas….you’ve come to my rescue. Superb work Richard!!
Thank you so much, my friend! Coming from you, that is such a compliment!
Beautiful, Richard! I absolutely LOVE The Weaker Soldier – It’s a bit mindbending getting your head around it being a reflection in reverse, but it’s a cracking photograph! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard! 🙂 Really glad you like them. I’ve completely forgotten where I took that shot – it was only a week or so ago as well 😦
Beautiful! So inspiring!
Thanks very much, Kristel!
Exiting! #2 is a classic … again.
Thanks very much! Coming from you, that’s a great compliment!
Love the Weaker soldier – makes me stop and think
Thanks very much, Carla. I’m really glad you like it. And that it does something.
Love this Richard! I new approach and very nice.
Thanks very much, Kathryn! Really glad you like it.
I love the visual trickery of the second photograph Richard!
Thanks very much, Philippa – I’m really glad you like it!
Amazing, amazing shots, Richard! The first, a perfect composition of such disparate elements. The second, De Chirico revisited in photographic form! Great work!
Thanks so much, Ellen! I was obsessed with De Chirico for a while in the 80s – it’s obviously coming out.
Amazing! And beautiful. More please! 😉
Thanks very much, Olga! I’ll do my best 🙂
Great pair, Richard, that top one recalls some of Walker Evans’ work.
Thanks very much, John!
brilliant work, brilliant.
Thanks so much, Deb.
Wow. What can I say? Love your work. You just keep digging deeper and inspiring further.
That’s so nice of you – thanks very much, EllaDee. Glad you like it.
The second one is superb my new favorite
That’s great to hear – thanks, Leon.
As you would expect Richard, I absolutely love these, especially the top one.
If I was pushed, I might pick In The City as my all time favourite album, by the way.
Really glad you like them, Alison. Yes, The Jam were an amazing band – one stunning single after another. Great album too. I listen to them a lot.
fascinating – both images are disturbing – one has to keep looking – great work Richard
Thanks very much, Katrien. I’m really glad they grab your attention.
Superb and exciting work Richard!!!
Thanks so much, Patti!
Absolutely love both of these shots!!
Great, I’m really glad you like them! Thanks very much, Jennifer!
Fantastic Richard! Were these found or made? The top one wants to be huge I think – it feels kind of punk to me, love it!
Thanks very much, Cath! They were both found. But I can’t remember exactly where.
Both of these are awesome! Definitely on top of my “Richard Guest Best photos” list.
Thanks very much, Cardinal – that means a lot!
Great images. Very warped and disjointed.
Thanks very much, Stevie. Yes, indeed.
These are both fantastic, Richard! I love the distortions, reflection and complex layers.
You can just keep looking and looking.
Thanks so much, Karen! I’m really pleased they have a bit of staying power – it’s partly what i’ve been looking for.
These are fantastic, especially the first, incredibly imaginative.
Thanks so much, Cheryl!
Amazing juxtaposition! It’s so interesting how a piece can gain meaning merely by being associated with another piece.
Thanks so much! Yes, they were taken in very different parts of the city and at different times, but they share an atmosphere (at least in my head) and feed each other.
Thanks very much, Ashley!
You are brilliant!
That’s really so nice of you – thank you, Thatiana!
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