– Light / Fireworks, 2015 –
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.
Thanks so much, Rabirius!
Lovely, Richard. Melancholy again. That central figure looks quite cowed.
Thanks very much, Ashley. Yes, he doesn’t look quite like this in the original shot.
Combinations of 3, 5, 7 and on… Perfect.
Thanks so much, Barry.
A nice image again, Richard. As Ashley mentioned, there’s a melancholy feel to it, but I am really drawn to the ghostly feel.
Thanks very much, my friend. Glad you like it.
Richard the Guest inventeur du vitrail moderne …!!!
Ha, ha, too kind!
Merci ” KIND Richard the Guest ” …!!!
That ‘roze’… fabulous.
Thanks very much, Erassima.
Nice work here RIchard.
Very tactile – almost like filmstrip.. Great mood too.
Thanks very much, Cath. It reminds me of those distressed snapshots you find sometimes in the street.
Thanks so much, Wilma!
Wow. Your work always leaves me in awe!
Thanks so much, Pippa – that’s so nice to read! A real compliment.
Fascinating as always.
Thanks so much, Joseph.
I love this!
Really glad you like it, Cardinal! Thanks very much.
What a charming gentleman wandering through these silver cobwebs . . .
Yes, I should have gone and had a chat with him. Thanks very much, Patti.
This is my favourite so far in your collaboration pieces. I love this.
Really glad you like this one, Cheryl. Thanks very much. I’m sure there will be more to come.
LOVE the graffiti over the images!
Really glad you like it – thanks, Elena!
Such interesting dimensions, tones, textures… Really like this. The pink graffiti at the top is great.
I’m a big fan of non-graphic graffiti – some of the writers have a very deft and elegant way with a pen. Like this person.
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