– There, 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.
Yet another great one!
Thanks very much, Ashley!
Thanks very much, Rabirius!
Nicely muted! 😀
Thanks very much, Richard!
Very mysterious…it appears to me there could be many different interpretations. Real smoke and mirrors stuff. Well done!
Thanks very much, Sue. Black humour at the centre of it…
Love it! So much going on. And the hand, Ashley-like.
Really glad you like it, Ellen! Ha, ha – that was unintentional with the hand, but I can see what you mean.
You never fail to please, my dear friend! Love it! 🙂
That’s lovely to read – thanks very much, Marina! 🙂
Love the fresco feel in this Richard!
Ah, yes – thanks very much, Patti!
You are on photographic fire! Original, beautiful work. So many details to to get list in.
*to get lost in* editing fail…
Ha, ha, thanks so much! It’s been a hectic couple of weeks. So glad you like these, Karen.
Body Painting …?!!!
Lots of walls, plus street photograhy.
More plaisant than walls of Silence …!!!
Thanks very much, Laurent!
God reached out over the firmament and declared let there be abstract wonderment in random order. Let there be artists.
Fantastic comment – thanks very much!
Ever so good!
Thanks very much, Elena!
This is my favourite so far. I can see how you’ve been exploring combining photography with painting over the last couple of years, and I like where this is heading. Great work, as ever, Richard.
Thanks so much, Cheryl. A lot of these are fueled by very dark emotional stuff…it’s funny how they turn out.
cool, as always…i love blue too 🙂 happy day Richard.
Thanks very much, Hedy! You too!
This one really makes me smile. Great!
Ha, ha, thanks!
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