Nice triptych, Richard. I like the combination. Good to see a TFIPM post too.
Thanks very much, Ashley. Yes, it’s been a while.
Lovely trio of images, Richard! There’s a good relationship between the three images and I can definitely see the plastic taking pride of place in future TFIPM collages! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard! Ha, yes! 🙂
Three wonderful images. Great work, Richard.
Thanks very much, Malin! Much appreciated.
Nice. That last plastic bag photo almost looks like it’s some smoke or fog that comes rolling over the edge.
Thanks very much, Cardinal. Think that was what attracted me to it.
I can hear it too! 😉 Beautiful, my dear Richard! 🙂
Thanks so much, my friend! 🙂
Love this Richard…you’ve captured the beauty of grey
Really glad you like it – thanks very much for the compliment, Jana.
Thanks very much, Sheldon – much appreciated as always.
Superb set, Richard. Evokes Kieslowski for me.
Thanks so much, Chris. Love that comparison.
I like these lyrical moments, really mysterious and interesting.
I’ve been thinking about how you convey silence – it’s quite interesting to try…thanks very much, Jennifer.
I love this series – I’m always attracted to plastic tarps, sheets, bags, etc for their sculptural and ephemeral qualities, but mixing it up with the back of the man’s head is brilliant.
Thanks very much, Lynn. That’s a lovely compliment. Much appreciated. I agree with you about bags, sheets etc – they are easy to anthropomorphise.
Nice triptych, love the airy insubstantial quality of the plastic bag.
Thanks very much, Stevie. Yes, that’s what attracted me to it – it looked like it was breathing.
Superb set Richard!!!
Thanks very much, Patti!
Thanks so much.
On first glance I thought the first image was of a tattered translucent kind of gauzy fabric of a dress. 🙂 Love the color and movement in these images. The shifting, waving tones of the plastic are captured and reflected in his hair.
Thanks very much, Lemony. 🙂
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