– OuttaTheBag, 2014 –
– Perfect, 2014 –
Great photos, especially the first is perfect 😉
Thanks very much, Ron 🙂
The first one, cool… 😀
Many thanks, Drake!
Hi, Richard. I’m not dead, yet! And, I finally came to visit! And, I’m glad I did. I actually love both of these images. The first one is fascinating…somehow, “alienation” comes into my old brain. I like it very much. And I like the second one too. The color and the long “legs” appeal to me. I’ll wander on back to treat myself to my favorite portraits on the planet. 😉
Glad to hear it, George! Thanks so much – I’m really glad you like them. I’m not taking so many portraits at the moment, but there’s a couple of new ones coming up. You say the nicest things!
Agree with Rondje & Drake: That first one is special.
Thank you very much, Cardinal.
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And for the mention!
The first image… I love it!!
Thanks very much, Malin! I’m really glad you like it.
I agree with everyone, the first one is something special.
Thanks very much, Alison.
The first one looks like Klaus Kinski’s Nosferatu stalking the Bauhaus.
Ha, ha, brilliant. Thanks very much, Jeff.
Really taken with the first image…the posture, the Hands…big hands…and the color.
They are big, aren’t they? Thanks very much, Jana.
“Perfect” is perfect!! Love it! Somehow has the attitude reminiscent of Paul Klee. Though not quite his style, something about it has a touch of his humor and playfulness.
Thanks very much, Ellen. I think the blackness of the background helps too – I love Klee’s work. Very intense and sweet.
Very conceptual. Such intensity and a hint of malevolence in that first image. The second one right after off a feeling of test patterns or ‘abstracted’ film frames in between the continuance of the first frame’s action. Or so it hits me. Very striking again Richard.
Thanks very much, Steven. I felt I needed an abstract to go with the first image, so went out deliberately to get one – Perfect is nothing like what I envisaged, but I liked the faint echo of the first image in its lines.
Superb i love both but the 1st is my favorite of the two
Thanks so much, Leon. Really glad you like them.
Hi Richard, these are my favourites so far, especially the first portrait.
Hi Cheryl, thanks very much – glad you like them. The first one is a combination of one relatively old shot and one from a few weeks ago.
Beautiful images again, Mr G. I love the abstract, and the effect on the stairwell is cracking! What’s your secret?! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard! 🙂 Not telling.
Haha! Spoilsport! 😉
The pairing is brilliant! Quite interesting, contrasting and cohesive.
Thanks so much, Elena! Really glad you like it.
I love how that man seems to be emerging from or escaping from the scratches. And bits of graffiti are always fun.
Sorry I’m so late, Richard, I’m very very tired. . .
Yes, these were a lot of fun to put together. Absolutely no need to apologise – I’m not surprised you’re tired after the move/ decorating. It knocks it out of you.
Neither to be messed with Richard!
Ha, that’s the funniest comment so far! Brilliant!
A great pairing. It makes me think of a far and near view, and how things can look quite different close up.
Thanks very much, Karen. I hadn’t thought of that (of course) – very interesting.
Great images, but the first is truly excellent; perfect balancing of the figure and the texture.
Thanks so much, Stevie – that’s a great compliment.
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