– One Bell Ringing, 2014 –
If you are interested in self-portraits, I recommend you visit Strata of the Self. It’s beautiful.
Thank you – what does pom mean?
prescription only medicine 🙂
Wow! Richard, it’s fantastic, so understated, with so much feeling …
Thanks so much, Gigi! Really glad you like it.
I’m listening to a lot of Elvis Costello at the moment and think it has affected me 🙂
Love how you have played with tones, composition and mixing of images. A great one, Richard!!!
Thanks so much, Santi! I enjoyed putting this one together.
By the way, I’ve seen your “selfies” in the page that you recomend 4 great selfportraits!!!!
Thanks! It’s a great blog isn’t it?
Nice Richard! So many subtle references and action within a calming composition.
Thanks very much, Steven! I was listening to a lot of Elvis Costello – think it got to me.
I love your recent images. Surreal, abstract, intriguing, very inspiring!!
Thank you very much, Arjun! That’s a lovely compliment, coming from you. And the feeling is mutual vis. recent images.
I agree with everyone. I’m really enjoying this ‘series’, Richard. The title of ‘One bell ringing’ and then two men looking down is a story in itself!
Thanks very much, Jana. I’m really glad you like it – thinking where to take it next.
ciao luvFAB…this series deserves hugs & kisses-oooxxx.
Thanks so much! I’m really glad you like them.
Not only that day, but the whole week. Finally Friday evening!
Yes! Saturday wasn’t half bad and Sunday to come.
Great set of images, Richard. This arty style works really well! The texture and depth of the graffiti against the faded street portraits and the divisions bring the whole thing to life! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard! 🙂
Nice layers Richard!
Thanks very much, Kathryn! I enjoyed putting this together.
This is cool! Calligraphic energy overwriting the day.
Thanks so much, Karen! I too am trying to loosen up – it’s a difficult process 🙂
Such a feeling of nostalgia moderne in these shots Richard . . .
(I made up the “nostalgia moderne” – you can thank me later!)
That’s a fantastic term! I do thank you! May I use it?
Thanks very much, Elena!
I LOVE THIS, RICHARD!
Thanks – I’m really glad you like it – this was a step into something else…
I’m really enjoying your forays into ‘something else’.
Excellent work, Richard. Love the idea and the result.
Thanks very much, Chris!
Love these! KInd of dark but soothing at the same time..like small riddles, feels like there are a lot of questions in these works you make..it feels to me like something being searched for underwater..(I may be talking nonsense here but this is how it feels to me…! :)) Love how that man seems to be balancing in the top right..surreal!
That’s a really interesting interpretation – I feel like I’m wrestling with something, but it could be water. Thanks very much, Cath – I’m really glad you like this. I want to go further.
Thanks so much!
Thanks very much.
Imaginative creations, Richard.
Thanks very much, Paula.
I love this – the swing of the graffiti lines like one bell ringing – just one – though time, somehow.
That’s a really interesting interpretation – thanks very much, Lynn. Glad you like it.
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