– Zapper, 2015 –
Ashley Lily Scarlett and I have started a new blog called Between Scarlett and Guest. It’s a dialogue in pictures. You can read/ eavesdrop on the conversation here.
Thanks very much, Rabirius.
On ne zappe pas une photo de Richard, encore moins celles de Lily, j’ai dit …!!!
Very interesting observation, ha ha! Thanks very much, Laurent!
Thoughtfully composed. Haunting image.
Thanks very much, John – I’m really glad to read that – much appreciated.
So much feeling in this fabulous shot Richard . . . .
Yes, it’s an interesting process – lots of pasting and removing to try and get at something…
Thanks very much, Patti.
Another fantastic shot, especially getting the window of mystery.
Ah, yes, the window – I love that window – it was in a squat (formerly a pub) near King’s Cross.
Thanks very much, Elena!
Love the way all the different bits work together, especially the detail on the coat – brilliant 🙂
Thanks so much, Alison – really glad you like it. More like this to come…
Reblogged this on rebloggobbler.
Thanks very much, Douglas.
A nice mix of layers, Richard. They work really well together, although one of them does look like a teaspoon! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard. There’s no way I would let that near my tea.
I’m ever amazed by the way you choose the perfect gesture to work with the photo.
Thanks very much, Lynn – there’s an initial feeling for how to complement the image and then a lot of trial and error.
I really love the depth to these collages. You seem to be defining a distinctive style for yourself. Good work. For some reason, I’ve now go the urge to listen to some Mothers of Invention 🙂
Thanks very much, Stevie – that’s great to read. Uncle Meat?
Okay, now this is my favourite!
Ha, ha, thanks!
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