Beautiful FuturePhotography, digital manipulation2015
– Beautiful Future (I), 2015 –
– Beautiful Future (II), 2015 –
– Beautiful Future (III), 2015 –
Exellent post, Richard. I like the way this series is shaping up. I spy a new colour plastic bag. 🙂
Thanks so much, Ashley. Yes, the orange ones have all but disappeared. Our govt. passed a law meaning that supermarkets have to charge 5p per bag…
That’s a good idea for the environment but not so good for you.
Yes, I’m glad. And it’s forcing me to diversify, ha ha.
Very positive of you. That’s kind of how I felt when I got a phone with a different os and had to change editing apps.
Thanks very much, my friend 🙂
It almost looks to me that the collage is a representation of the shot
At least that’s what I see
As always Sheldon
Yes, they’re supposed to complement each other – thanks very much, Sheldon.
YOUR future is certainly beautiful, my friend! 🙂
Thanks so much, my friend 🙂
I like the abstract of (I), but (II) and particularly (III) win it for me! 🙂 Great artwork, Richard! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard! 🙂
Thanks very much, Erassima – much appreciated.
Amazing set of pictures.
Thanks so much, Rabirius – very much appreciated.
Adore the boldness in this set of work Richard!
Thanks, Patti! Really glad you like it.
Great series of shots
Thanks very much, Stevie.
These break my heart just a little. Incredible work, Richard, truly.
Thanks so much, Karen. Such a nice compliment – really glad you like them.
Great colors and imaging.
Thanks very much, John – much appreciated. A slight move away from my usual palette.
I love the invitation in each of these works, but just as in life, there are risks…Great work!
Thanks so much, Elena!
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Very effective grouping. Beautiful Future (I) is fantastic! I can’t think of how else I want to say it but that the textures, lines, shapes, colors, composition are PERFECT. They couldn’t have been any other way than THIS way together. They feel “spot on” in their gathering.
Thanks very much, Lemony. That’s great to read. This one had a very long gestation, ha ha.
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