1. sheldonk2014

    It’s definitely tells a story you start with the black and with of the ladder ,to me it’s not a rope but I won’t go there then it starts going to blue black then all blue with the corner being black winding up with. To me it’s an emotional rollercoaster

    • Ashley Lily Scarlett

      It’s a metaphor for my moods, Claude. I like that wall too. I’ll see if I can shoot it again, it’s actually of many shades.
      I fell off a ladder once – ouch ouch ouch said my broken and dislocated foot.

  2. elmediat

    The ambiguity of the straps/ropes combines with the title to create multiple intentions. Excellent composition.

    I see a partial face in the wall pattern, but it is not a recognizable Deity – that’s what happens when you do not have intense religious expectations, even when you encounter miraculous events, they don’t have identifiable brand or trademark.
    It could be Jimmy Durante, W. C. Fields or Winnie the Pooh ( original version not Disney). Perhaps all three, a new Trinity.

    • Ashley Lily Scarlett

      ‘here comes a candle to light you to bed, here comes a chopper to chop off your head, chip chop, chip chop, the last man’s dead!’
      That, or something close to that, is part of one of the childhood rhymes for a game we played when I was at primary school.
      Glad you like the image, Andy. It seems this one is giving rise to all sorts of gruesome thoughts.

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