As seen on the wall of Plato’s Cave?
What can we deduce about you from this?
Creepy? Spooky? Lovely? Nice? … Mysterious? … Shy?
I am the blob between the two blue blobs.
Yes, I though you were. And a very nice blob you are too
I’m acquainted with someone who calls ‘blogs’ ‘blobs’.
Hahaha… oh, S.E!
Haha! Happy to amuse you, Robert.
Thanks, Eric. I like it too.
Fascinating image! Made more so by trying to work out the relevance of the title.
I’m the dark blob in the patch of light.
I do feel dusty, though. Run down, too.
A nice study of a translucent surface. I like the strong sense of gradation and the hints of pale yellow and blue (colors which show up in some of your other images).
Thank you, John. I do like best muted, subtle colours and neutrals. And you’re right about the blue and yellow.
Glass does the coolest ‘stuff’…
it’s wild the variety of ‘looks’ you can get with / from it!
I absolutely agree, Robert. I like photographing through all sorts of things, but glass presents itself more often and in a
variety of ways.
I’d like to find some more textured glass to use. I’ve so far used the shower screen in only one of the bathrooms here, I want to try the others.
Love this, great surface.
Thank you, erassima. The dust is very sticky in Bondi, especially on the outside of windows, due to the salt, I imagine. The sea air is not so good for cars either. But very nice for our lungs.
and for your photos!
i like it very much,too.
Thanks, LFZ. Much appreciated.
The self is a mystery reflected through the grime of ideologies & beliefs. We all seek the Windex of the soul.
I am pleased with it, Joseph. My test is whether I get bored quickly looking at something or not. I still like looking at this one, so far.
WHAHAHAHA! Oh, Joseph! You’re causing me to snort laugh snort!
Gotta go! I’m running low on Windex. Supermarket, here I come!
The grittiness of self? I have those days, too.
I love the way you put things together, Ashley.
Something like that. And thank you for the compliment, Karen, you know how I love your work, I think.
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