seems spooky… especially when enlarged!
I agree, it’s kind of eerie. I rather like it.
gallery quality – one of your best ever (imho)
Thanks very much, Queenie.
There’s something quintessentially Australian about this one
How so, Nursie?
I think it’s the dry grass that makes me feel it
reminds me of a favorite Edward Hopper quote:
“all I wanted to do is paint sunlight on the side of a wall…”
Thank you, SIG.
I like Edward Hopper’s beautiful haunting images, they set off my imagination.
I’m pleased with this pic, partly because it’s eerie despite being filled with light.
I can almost see it moving in the wind. The very solid geometric shapes in the wall contrast with the ephemeral ghost sliding across its surface.
I like the contrast too. And the general spareness.
Surreal, but in a very gentle and interesting way. A very unique image.. glad I found it!
🙂 Thank you, John, it’s one of my favourites. That “related” thing we have on our blogs now is pretty good, I think. I like having prompts to look at things in people’s archives.
“It was only later that the photographer remembered that the tree was growing in an empty lot in an undeveloped subdivision, The old camera was a tesseract.”
Any idea where I can get a camera like that, Joseph?
Every TARDIS is equipped with one or two(depending on the observer). The quality of the image depends on the Schrödinger lens. Too high of a refraction produces a doppelgänger effect. The photographer ends up besides themselves with frustration & echoing in the ears. 😀
OK, but where can I get a TARDIS?!!
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