– The Things That Dreams Are Made Of, 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.
Another good one for the collection.
Thanks very much, Ashley.
Great shot and excellent title.
Thank you, my friend.
Control Alt Delete… a portal [except Mac], somewhat as are dreams. A somewhat disturbing image to a train commuter and dreamer 🙂
🙂 Really interesting observation – thanks very much, EllaDee. Yes, me too.
Mind the gap . . . those edges!
Ha, ha, quite – that platform is no longer there – demolished in the last week – they’re improving London Bridge Station.
Superb synthesis, Richard! Image and concept perfectly intertwined. Congratulations, my friend.
Thanks so much, Marina! That’s a huge compliment, my friend.
Nice bit of concrete, Richard! 🙂 I’m intrigued by the titles, though; is there any deep meaning behind them?
I’m with Marina on this, apropos image and concept…
Thanks very much, Sue!
Such a cool photo…I really like it!
Thanks very much, Valerie! Really glad you like it.
This is gorgeous, you make it seem so effortless, but I can tell a lot of preparation has been put into getting this just right. It’s one of my favourites.
Thanks so much, Cheryl. That’s very gratifying to read.
London Bridge? Very fitting title!
Ha, ha, yes! Not intentional.
Marina nailed it!
Aw, thanks, Elena!
Those shadows are highlighted so perfectly. I like how the shadows are leading the crowd…
Yes, I can see that. But to where, I wonder? None of the architecture is there anymore – they bulldozed it about two weeks after I took the main shot. Thanks very much, Karen.
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