– I Dreamed, I Dream, 2015 –
– Small Flowers Crack Concrete, 2015 –
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Ashley Lily Scarlett and I have started a new blog together. It’s a conversation in pictures and it’s called Between Scarlett and Guest.
The first one is so dreamy. And I just love the title of the second one. I really like your titles!
Ha, ha, thanks very much, Ashley!
Thanks very much!
‘I Dreamed, I Dream, 2015’ – brilliant! Both the image and the title.
The second image is certainly interesting, and while I like your positive title, I’m more inclined to think she’s not looking at flowers in the cracks, but rather rethinking her choice of shoes for the day. The amount of gear she’s lugging around combined with having to walk on her tip-toes seems like a bad choice…which makes the image all that more interesting. I would have titled it something like ‘That Moment I Realized Sherpas Would Not Be Available’. 😉
Thanks very much, Alex. Ha, ha, brilliant! 🙂 (Think I was thinking metaphorically when I titled this…)
Thanks very much, Rabirius.
Both great images together and singly… the tree-branch-pavement effectively uniting them.
Could it be she is not wanting to step on the flower in the crack or maybe pausing to think about her dream
Thanks very much, EllaDee!
Adore this pairing Richard!
Really glad you like them, Patti! Thanks very much. For once they were taken on the same day too.
A nice pair of images, Richard; they shouldn’t go together, but work really well! “Small Flowers Crack Concrete Interesting Tights” 🙂
Ha, ha, thanks very much, Richard!
Love how they work together. That second shot is so interesting to me. From the tight to the cup–and what really makes it is you can’t see her face. You’re left to imagine it by her wardrobe. But I can so easily and perfectly imagine exactly what she looks like! Isn’t that weird? Really awesome.
That is weird. I’m not sure I can remember her face without digging out the other photographs…thanks very much – much appreciated.
I got a strong feeling of déjà vu with both pictures.
Sometimes it is hard waking up to “reality”
Yes, indeed! Thanks very much, Marcelo.
Looks to me like she is extinguishing a cigarette
No, she wasn’t smoking.
I can’t fathom it, then :)))
Both are great stop the world sort of perspectives. Both excellent.
Thanks very much, Elena – that’s a lovely compliment.
Beautiful. The interactions between the two photographs is really wonderful. those bending fragile shapes.
Thanks very much, Karen.
Wonderful. I feel like I know her.
Thanks very much, Mary Ann. I saw her again the other day, and without realising it was her reached for my camera.
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