This series has been extremely interesting. I think the black and white version is very powerful. I could see this as an indie rock album cover.
I’m very pleased with this series, I had no idea I’d end up with so many images from that session. There are still a few more to come. Thanks HMH.
you look sad Syncy 😦
I’m glad we spoke yesterday so I’m reassured. Now I’m off to buy some peppermint oil.
Yes, Jane/Norma does look sad. This one reminded me of Baby Jane (Bette Davis) from ‘Whatever Happened to Baby Jane’ and Norma Desmond (Gloria Swanson) in ‘Sunset Boulevard’. Both characters fallen stars driven out of their minds.
Great talking to you yesterday. x
Thanks for that background, S.E…
I have to admit my film knowledge is painfully lacking…
but your explanation adds even more intrigue to this powerful piece, S.E..
The movie quotes on your blog would indicate the opposite, Robert.
And don’t forget I’m a whole lot older than you. These two films are old black and white classics. Baby Jane is fron 1962, I think, Sunset Boulevard maybe older, I don’t know.
Hmmm, that makes me sound a lot older than I am, ha ha! I was 2 in 1962.
‘Whatever Happened to Baby Jane’ was screened on tv often when I was a child. I loved it, really creepy. And sad. Joan Crawford co-stars. Oooh, now I want to watch it again!
They sound interesting, S.E!
I’ll have to see if I can find them at the library the next time I’m looking for something good to watch!
If you like old black and white movies, I do hope you’ve seen Frank Capra’s ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’.
You’ve created something excellent with this series Syncy!
Thank you, Shaun, I value your opinion very much.
I admit I’m quite proud of this series, myself. 🙂
compliments, this work is interesting and beautiful
Oh thank you, Lowfiles, I appreciate your saying so.
You are another I must apologise to – I need to use a ‘real’ computer to see your videos and sounds, my camera phone won’t let me.
I’m really looking forward to getting access to a computer and catching up with your posts. 🙂
This makes me a feel very empty. But in a viseral way. Nice, Syncy.
Forgive me, Dolce, but I don’t understand. Empty in a visceral way? Like your brain, liver and kidneys have all fallen out? (Sorry, that last bit was me being silly, I don’t think that’s what you mean. )
Anyway, because I don’t know what you mean, I don’t know if it’s a pleasant feeling or otherwise…
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