I am not a camel or a horse

I am not a camel or a horse (2014) Ashley Lily Scarlett

I am not a camel or a horse (2014)
Ashley Lily Scarlett

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38 comments

    • Ashley Lily Scarlett

      Oh, there you are, Andrew! What have you done with your blogs?!
      I’m really so glad you like this one because I’m allowing myself to feel quite proud of it. That usually means it will not be popular. Ha!
      Thank you, thank you!

      • Andrew Maclaren-Scott

        Re: “What have you done with your blogs?!”: Due to a very positive change in work strategies and priorities my blog just carries details and links for my books and a few photos nowadays. All the old posts and comments still exist in storage, but I don’t expect to be going back to regular blogging again, just adding new books and changing the photos from time to time. Will still be visiting (and the more I look at this current image the better it becomes. Unique.)

  1. bbylois

    neither a Plough . A meaningful image you made dear Ashley . May I comment politely and only for my interest that I miss the eyes somewhat more exposed? But maybe that is due to web imaging. Nevertheless your image is expressing a lot. This is why I offer you my comment and press the like-button.

    • Ashley Lily Scarlett

      It’s not just the web version – the eye doesn’t have a lot of detail. I didn’t actually plan it that way but I do like it that way.
      Thank you for your thoughtful comments, Bart, they are appreciated.

      • bbylois

        Dear Ashely , I do still remind the first time I replied, I called you `Lily’ and you punished me 🙂 . And you were correct. it was 2 or 3 years ago 😉 I do not press ‘like’ if I am not giving a comment why I am doing this. I do not fully understand sometimes the others admires of your work. I think ,I learn here the language of all superlatives. On the other hand ,Andrew comment Is something nice to appreciate your work of Art. I will be selective in the future to follow those who appreciate criticism and comments. I believe strongly that this is enhancing once work as an Artist. Therefore dear Ashley , do you accept comments and interactions which are not in the language of superlatives. I have a doubt an I don’t wanna be impolite because i really appreciate your work for a long time. let me know , cheers Bart

        • Ashley Lily Scarlett

          I punished you?!!
          Bart, I enjoy your comments and your critiques and of course I accept comments that don’t contain superlatives. Constructive criticism is always welcome. Be at ease here, Bart. And thanks again. 🙂

  2. Benoît Beaudry

    A very good one. I read a comment about the eyes maybe not defined enough (and I respect that opinion) but I just want to say (without going to the superlatives’ market) that the pictures I like the most from you are, well, the less defined ones. Maybe that’s because of my painter’s background, but the ones that suggest more than show are the ones I tend to like more. Just another opinion… 😉

  3. elmediat

    Definitely has a Renaissance quality to the pose & lines. 🙂

    Not a camel or a horse,
    See the power of a creative soul
    Staying the course.

  4. marcelo leonard

    Beautiful thought, beautiful done.
    I am a camel, a horse, a tree, a sea, a cloud, a lake, a rock, a little bit of you, a little bit of every book I have read, of every painting or picture I have seen, a little bit of everything around me all blended into a infinite complexity that makes me so similar but yet so different from the other.

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