– Empty Frame, 2014 –
– Been There Done That, 2014 –
Very well done… 🙂
Thanks very much, my friend 🙂
Thanks so much, Rabirius.
Thanks very much, Sue!
Nice pics, Richard! The first would work really well as an album cover! Who did you sneak up on with the bin? 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard! Ah, that was the local binmen doing their rounds – I just loved that 17.
Fantastic! In the first one the person at the left almost looks like a bird 😉
Thanks so much! Yes, I think so too – it’s odd that there’s a patch of light just where the eye would be as well – complete chance.
I really like this pairing, Richard, the drips and the hands. And I like that otherwise they are so different.
Really glad you like it, Ashley. A passage in a book about Brian Eno made me think about intention a lot more – so for a change I put these two together deliberately to feed and undercut each other (with a fairly firm idea of what I thought they both meant). I enjoyed doing it:)
This topic could go a lot deeper….Wonderful Richard!
Yes, indeed…I’m working on it. Thanks very much, Kathryn!
The first one “Empty Frame” – Bloody marvelous
Thanks so much, Leon – much appreciated!
Merci RICHARD avec ces photos tu nous prouve que l’homme est au moins responsable de 2 trous dans la couche d’ozone c’est une ordure !!!
Ha, ha, oui, en effet! Merci beaucoup, Laurent!
A fantastic opportunity grabbed, awesome.
Thanks so much, Tim. Much appreciated.
We lose our dreams in a constant drip.
And sometimes in a rush.
Pretty fantastic, Richard. I love how these images relate to one another.
Thanks very much, Karen.
Well done Richard a brilliant set and so good to see the hand of art at work!
Thanks very much, Patti. Yes, I seem to have strayed that way…
These greys really create a mood of apprehension…
That’s interesting. There’s a lot of grey around at the moment – we’re living in a perpetual gloom in London…
These are really fantastic!! Most creative and work so well, both of them.
Thanks so much, Ellen!
In the first one, I see the bird too – and even more hidden there – very unique shot (as usual) –
Thanks very much, Yvette. That’s a lovely thing to read.
Bin there, done that. Sorry!
Whoa! Very nice!… Both of ’em!…
Thanks very much, Dave! Much appreciated!
A drip event indeed!
You’re doing some awesome work!
Thanks so much, Jennifer!
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