– Who Loves The Sun, 2014 –
– Head Held High (Self Portrait), 2014 –
Great ones, Richard!!!! Love them both, but the first one is my favourite!!! 🙂
Thanks very much, Santi! Really glad you like them. 🙂
Thanks very much, Harrie!
Really great pictures. I especially like the first one. There are so many figures hidden in there, a bird, a wolf, an elephant…
Thanks very much, Rabirius! I’m really glad it does something.
Thanks very much, Elena!
Both so passive and active, the exploding head and steady hand of the first, such a wonderful metamorphosis between the two great shots.
That’s so interesting that you think of it as an exploding head. I often put these together without much more thought than they look OK next to each other, but I think they sort of reveal meanings over time.
Our unconscious often sees things first. 🙂
Yes, I’m starting to think that.
For me too that first one is excellent.
Really glad you like it – thanks very much, Cardinal.
I see a face in the first one. The second is my favourite, though, and I’d like to post it on strata of the self.
I’m still thoroughly enjoying your new direction, Richard. It continues to excite me. That’s really one of the best compliments I have to give. Excuse me if I’m repeating myself but it begs to be said more than once.
Thanks very much, Ashley. Yes, of course you can post on Strata!
Thanks so much – I’m really glad, because I can’t see myself going back now.
Nice abstracts, Richard! Once again, I’m starting to see a gallery collection evolving! Large room, white walls and large prints of these b/w abstracts! 😀
Thanks very much, Richard! Yes, there’s something developing for sure – I’m thinking about stuff 🙂
Oh, I love the sun! And that is a brilliant image, Richard. All smoke and disintegration – I friggin’ love it! Your self portrait is a strong companion.
Thanks so much, Karen. I’m really glad you like them. Smoke and disintegration is such a good description. Thanks.
Feels very narrative driven and literary. Articulation is a dead experience. To be too literal is a dead experience? Intriguing!
It’s interesting that you think that – I was thinking a lot about art history books when I was putting this together. I think they’re both like illustrations that have been removed from their context.
Oh goodness, I hadn’t noticed the wolf’s head perched on the man’s shoulders before. Sly and wonderful.
Very Nice photos!
Thanks very much!
Great stuff. I really feel that with this recent phase of yours, you’re really pushing the boundaries of your photography. You should definitely consider exhibiting some of your work. Anyway, keep it up!
Thanks very much, Stevie! That’s a great compliment. I am thinking about showing some stuff – we’ll see how things develop in the ny. Thanks!
Gorgeous and imaginative, I especially like the first.
Thanks so much, Cheryl.
Wonderful work! All the best – Tanja
Thanks very much, Tanja! That’s a great compliment.
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