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"I grew up in my grandparents house".....
"If I think on my grandparents, where it was normal that my grandfather came home canned" ........
dark was the night.......
Jimmy talk about his childhood
Nikon D 70 /the muse/single glass/f4
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Interesting. I like the use of space.
Wonderful, harrowing photograph.
Reaching for the light and finding only darkness? Childhood memories are not always the Garden of Eden that some people imagine.
Wonderful, difficult image.
Great use of space to enhance the story again, strong work Ollie
fine work lensbabyman
There's still something of the small, vulnerable boy reaching out, and the sound of his grandfather staggering drunk, unable to give the love that a small boy needs.
Long live Jimmy !
Excellent, a work of art. M
A testimony to how children are stamped for life by the actions of their care givers. This is an oft repeated story I fear.
An absorbing image ollie. Societies troubles. Ron.
absorbing use of space
Very well portrayed, Ollie, powerfully so.
what can I say .... wonderful .. stunning emotive image as always
Jimmy always works, he's so photogenic. I like the use of space in the square format here.
Emotional, enhanced by the composition.
This is stunning Ollie, and gets my award and a spot in my faves.
Very expressive and beautifully composed Ollie.
such a powerful image...
Works well in the square formatt Ollie, with the huge expanse of darkness.
Agreat atmosphere to this excellent image.
Full of expression.
his emotional pain is evident in this Ollie
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