– Forever Changed, 2014 –
– Hello, It’s Me, 2014 –
…Can Make What Has Been Not Have Been
I absolutely love “Hello, It’s Me.” The title, the colors, the composition…a fantastic love letter to this brilliant season!
Happy Holidays, Richard 🙂
Hi Billimarie! I’m so glad you like it. I’m so grateful to the person who’s car it was.
Happy Holidays to you too 🙂
beautiful, Richard! great choice of colours here.
Thanks so much, Peter – I take that as a big compliment.
That’s exactly how I hoped for it to be taken 🙂
I like the ear and the slice of girl in the first one and the richness of the colours and the composition in the second.
Really glad you like them, Ashley. I’m really enjoying making images at the moment.
Oh, that’s good. I’m afraid I’m not enjoying my own much at the moment, but it will pass I’m sure.
Thanks very much, Rabirius.
A wonderful pairing Richard and so perfect for this time of year.
Thanks very much, Patti. Autumn and Spring are my favourite times of year – although the seasons have been all over the place these last couple of years.
Both great. But love Forever Changed, the tones and the impressionist effect of the pieces of it.
Thanks very much, EllaDee. I’m really glad you like that one – I’m still really interested in the combination pictures.
I love the muted colours in these shots, Richard. They reflect the season nicely. 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard. 🙂
Great ones, Richard!!! I don’t know why but I love this set of images of dim reflections like the first one, maybe it’s the finesse of figures against the “wall” of colour and the basic lines crossing them.
Thanks very much, Santi! I’m really pleased you like the combination pictures – they are what interest me the most at the moment.
I love this post and I love all the great comments from people that know how to express themselves better than me in English.
That’s great to read – thanks so much, Cardinal! Very generous comment. Have a good weekend.
I love both of these, but especially ‘Hello, It’s Me’. It’s interesting how two completely different images can convey very similar emotions.
Thanks very much, Alex – I’m really glad they do something – it’s difficult to know from the inside.
I looked at these and immediately thought of a scenario linking the two images. It was sombre but with humour. There is a lot of feeling in these images.
Thanks very much, Steven. I’m really glad to read that – and I like your interpretation a lot.
oh oh I’m behind – gotta curl up somewhere and catch up with your blog:)
🙂 Thanks very much, Carla!
Super images, Richard. I love the layering and points of contact in both, as well as the colors.
Thanks so much, Chris.
Love the mystery and drama of the first and the highly creative composition of the second.
Thanks very much, Ellen. I’m really glad you like them.
so beautiful these pics, the second one is my fave
Thanks so much!
Brilliant, as always, especially like the top one. The way the corrugation cut the face.
Thanks very much, Alison – lovely compliment! Yes, I’m keen on the top one myself.
Terrific, Richard. I’m especially drawn to the second piece. I find it quite touching.
Thanks so much, Elena. Really glad you like them and that the second one does something.
Those figures crept out so slowly in the first picture, like ice melting, brilliant! And slightly chilling too..
Thanks very much, Cath!
I am not an anarchist and atheist, but, I like the heading.
My season greetings…
Thanks very much, NgTom. I’m glad you like it. I like how words change meaning with a change of context. This is a quotation from Lanark by Alasdair Gray – it’s a great novel. My season greetings to you! Hope you have a good year to come.
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