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New Home

Part of The Man Who Fell to Earth series

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TimA24-Mar-2006 07:36
A brilliant find - I can see how this one could have inspired the whole series.
The simple grey scale is very much aother world compared to motel 6710.
AL24-Mar-2006 01:21
I must admit I'm not good at story-telling nor reading stories or thoughts. But so far your images do have a special impact on me. The simple bare objects featured are rather provoking and make me think beyond my comfort zone. Great job, Craig!
Greg Harp23-Mar-2006 23:47
Terrific composition. Excellent work.
Wenche Aune23-Mar-2006 22:24
Nice colours.
Guest 23-Mar-2006 19:35
I think this is the photo where one realises that you're not building a collection of images around a theme, but creating a story that must be told. Absolutely essential choice where other aspects of the story are beginning to unfold. Love how no people have been included in scenes thus far and the camera work has indeed avoided anything like that altogether here. No cars, no people, no life - yet. The pointing / swooping arrow to the sky with the washed out whites. This couldn't be any better. Beginning to love this series. Voted
fred_il23-Mar-2006 19:19
Really superb!
I cannot explain but I love it
alexeig23-Mar-2006 18:40
This motel has seen a lot of stuff ...
Guenter Eh23-Mar-2006 18:36
Aaaah - VOTE!
Guest 23-Mar-2006 18:33
Love it!
Guest 23-Mar-2006 17:13
Lovely colors.
Guest 23-Mar-2006 17:11
Great colour and I'm already gripped by the tale...hope he finds somewhere nicer to live soon. :)
Guest 23-Mar-2006 17:00
LOL! This one might be elsewhere in North America, though...
Doug Kessler23-Mar-2006 16:35
That's a great shot. Adds a lot to the theme of this gallery.
Michael Todd Thorpe23-Mar-2006 16:27
This is gorgeous, Craig. I love the color and the comp (original comments, ay?) I love old signs and advertising. Too hip!
Chuck Inglefield23-Mar-2006 16:15
oh man, I love this! Fantastic color, fantastic composition....simple and very effective...a landmark image for this project...the swooping style of the sign fit's your project theme so very well.
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