– Golden Hours, 2014 –
– Spirits Drifting, 2014 –
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Ashley Lily Scarlett and I have started a new blog together called Between Scarlett and Guest. You can see the opening image here.
I tried to look at your new blog but it said it was private???
Think I’ve just fixed it…sorry.
Great, thanks very much, Sue!
There is a story hiding here.
Yes, indeed. Thanks very much, Erassima!
Sad images, Richard.
P.S. Two images up on Between Scarlett and Guest now. 🙂
Yay! We’re off!
I love the spirits drifting shot.
Thanks very much, Cardinal! Glad you like it.
Love pair of shots, Richard. Hauntingly evocative of a city’s underbelly!
Thanks very much, Richard!
Love the contrast of ‘white paint smeared on glass’ (I’ll call it that for now) above and the open umbrella below framing the action.
Really glad you like it, Steven – yes, that’s exactly what it is.
I love Golden Hours. Lovely.
Thanks very much, Nell – really glad you like it.
Just looked at it again and forgotten I’d commented. Really got a sense of situation and place and story from it all. Our lives have so much surface. So many surfaces. Thanks Richard!
Love the eye-flow of the first image and the eye-capture of the second. Great!
Thanks very much, Elena! Really glad you liked them.
love the flow of the blue tones…pensive feelings.
Thanks very much. Really glad you like it.
Wonderful flow here Richard between the highs and the lows. Love the dynamics between you and the talented ALS!
Thanks very much, Patti. Yes, I’m really enjoying working with Ashley – she’s brilliant!
Swirling ghosts and memories imbued in these gorgeous, haunting images. I seriously love the painterly gestures worked into some of your pieces.
Thanks very much, Karen.
1st shot is amazing!
Thanks very much, Jennifer!
IL suffit d’un Pépin* pour se retrouver a la rue sans rien …!!! * parapluie en argot et dans le langage courant un Drame …!!! A words joke …!!!
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