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  • Wheelplay 5

    a very painful and sharp "tintoretto" in this one, probably my favourite in the series.
    • 4 Dec 2010 12:06AM
  • VVV

    this reminds me of a very short story by Julio Cortazar, about a man desperately trying to put on a dark blue woolen pull-over. he starts mistaking the sleeve and the collar and everything and feels trapped and twisted, he cannot breathe, he cannot free his hands and so on and the forth. perhaps not the best interpretation, but i still couldn't help itSmile
    • 3 Dec 2010 10:28AM
  • out of the body

    so true, and excellently well done. speechless.
    • 3 Dec 2010 10:25AM
  • Engrossed

    good comp with the lines in the background and the angle of the book. the lines make the eye focus on the center, which is empty but enclosed by the main elements. perhaps just what engrossment itself is all about. like it a lot.
    • 3 Dec 2010 10:22AM
  • The Tree

    had it been in b&w it would have made me think of Lars von Trier. this way, (i mean in the color version which is simply gorgeous), it gives a strange mood, which i find hard to describe...simply a great shot.
    • 3 Dec 2010 10:19AM
  • empty everyday life

    love the composition and the very well chosen elements. the window on the right side makes all the salt and pepper for the title. the there's the small tree coming along, and the street fading away. very well seen and well done.
    • 3 Dec 2010 10:17AM
  • Playground London.

    sculptural look, indeed... but i must add and confess that the first time i saw it, it was "lord of the flies" that came to my mind. either way,a gorgeous shot.
    • 3 Dec 2010 10:15AM
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  • hello, frank!
    thanks for your comment on Tif, the shot of my doggy fellow, which you identified as a cavalier... I love cavalier king charles spaniels too and i really wished for one, but unfortunately my little fellow is not really one, rather more of a pekingese although she does resemble a cavalier very often.
    Congratulations for your work and thanks again! and all the best to you and your little companions Wink