– Laugh Lines, 2015 –
Ashley Lily Scarlett and I have started a new blog called Between Scarlett and Guest. It’s a dialogue in pictures. You can follow the course of the conversation here.
Wonderful. I have a thing for hands at the moment. One of the things I like about your recent stuff is the way that the image reveals itself the longer you look at it. I saw the hand first and then the fellow’s head. I like the irony of the title too.
Thanks so much, Ashley. Yes, hands communicate so much, I think. That’s gratifying to know – I’ve been looking at a lot of painting and have been trying to slow my photographs as a result – not sure it’s entirely possible, but…
I really like this one! Great image, Richard!
Thanks very much, Anette! Glad you like it.
This is really cool. It looks like he’s thinking so hard that his brain splattered on the wall!
Ha ha, brilliant! Thanks very much, Cardinal!
Nicely photographed, Richard. He looks very monk-like… Kneeling and praying. 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard – very interesting observation.
Ha ha yes!
Fantastic brush strokes Richard! I don’t see a photo at all . . .
That’s great to read – thanks very much, Patti!
A gorgeous image.
Thanks so much, Elena!
Love the positioning of the circle / hand and the dusty look.
Thanks very much, Cheryl. I think the dustiness comes from the accumulated image layers – it’s quite interesting what happens to colour in this process.
PIERROT pleure COLOMBINE, c’est une PANTOMIME …!!!
The hand is amazing, like an old master cartoon
Thanks very much, Alison. Must go and visit the NG soon…
Thanks very much, Ellen!
You are friggin’ brilliant, Richard! There may be a little Einstein in this..
Wow, thanks so much, Karen! I’m beaming!
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Thanks so much, Tatjana!
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