– Guts, 2014 –
– I’m Not The Loving Kind, 2014 –
This post is dedicated to Karen – thanks for the title!
That first one is just so beautiful, Richard. It’s one of my favourites of yours. I love the palette. The whole thing is gentle but exciting.
Thanks so much, Ashley. I’m really glad you like it. I like the idea of gentle but exciting – a great approach to making things…
Thanks very much, Erassima!
: ) You work quickly, Richard! I laughed out loud when this appeared in my inbox.
I think the pairing is perfect but ‘Guts’ is one intriguing image! I can’t stop gaping at it.
🙂 You were right! Thanks very much, Karen!
Then frst one looks stunning and the second one somewhat irritating, but in a good way.
Ha, ha, you made me nearly spill my wine! Thanks very much, Rabirius!
– and sympathy for the photographer… 😀
Many thanks 🙂
Evocative, subtle, clever… I laughed at “I’m Not The Loving Kind” because I hate kissy kissy with friends, rellies so I truly relate!
Thanks very much, EllaDee! Oh, and it’s such a great song by John Cale – very maudlin sounding, ha ha.
I love that first image Richard, I love the abstract ones you do, you know that, but this one is really good.
Thanks very much, Leanne. That’s a great compliment and I’m really glad you like it.
Nice shots. I really like “Guts” and your post title makes me think of the Rolling Stones. Here’s why:
Sympathy For A Fly – The King of the flies = Belzebub. Sympathy For A Fly = sympathy for the devil = The Rolling Stones.
Ah, yes! Brilliant. Have you seen the Godard film One Plus One?
Great images again, Richard. I really like the second one – when the rulebook focal point isn’t the actual focal point, it’s always a winner in my eyes! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard. 🙂 Yes, I’m quite fond of that approach too.
Very funny title. Love the Stones.
Thanks very much. Me too – up to Tattoo You.
la 1ere est géniale
Merci beaucoup, Ken! Voilà un très beau compliment.
Oooooooo, I love “Guts”– so much to see in it!!!
Thanks very much, Ellen – I’m really glad you like it!
Thanks very much, Elena!
Intriguing images, especially the first. Something ghostly about the figure at the table, it’s quite a captivating image.
Thanks very much – the whitewash does most of the heavy lifting in this one.
Thanks very much, Carla.
So much strength of purpose in these shots Richard!
Thanks, Patti – that’s really nice to read!
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