Old Friends 2009 (re-edit)
This image is haunting….
Hey Melinda! Good to see you here. 🙂
Great image… Well done.
Thanks very Antonio. It’s a few years old now, but I re-edited it. It’s one of my favourites.
A fine disembody or work!
😀 Ha haha! Very good, Shaun! 😀
One of my favorites!!
🙂 Thanks again, Eric. I really like it, one of the few from the time that I took it that I still like.
I’m really glad you find it so, John, I thought you might like this one.
Old friends, indeed. Death is not something waiting at the end. Death is an ever-present companion on our journey. I notice that the skull is on her left side: was that intentional? It made me think of sinister (from sinestra: on the left side).
What a good question, Mrs Daffodil, I so enjoy your comments.
It wasn’t intentional but your interpretation sits well with me.
So sad and horrible that left-handed people should for so long have been stigmatised because of that very symbolism.
Wonderful composition. 🙂
Thanks, Joseph. I took this shot a few years ago and I remember fiddling about for ages with the head and the skull until I felt they looked like they were in conversation.
🙂 I like playing with dolls. 🙂
I really, really like the processing here, too, S.E…
to me the grain and tones are a perfect ‘fit’…
Thank you, thank you. This is an old one that I re-edited a little. I think I took it two phone cameras ago, the current one being the third. I hope to get the fourth one soon.
I seem to be measuring time in mobile phones…
Wow. Your art continues to deepen.
Thank you, Ellie.:D
It’s actually quite an old image that I recently re-tweaked. I’m so glad that you and others seem to be enjoying it because it’s one of my all time favourites. 🙂
This is terrific – worn chairs and worn friends. I love the sepia!
Ah, Karen, thank you. I really like your description.
This little scene here, it really is small.
The chairs, they’re only eight centimetres tall.
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