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three heads
30-JUL-2006

three heads

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FrankB24-Aug-2007 23:07
The head photographer! flawless execution....V
Ann LT28-Apr-2007 13:44
Your creativity never ceases to amaze me,David.
Not only that but always technically perfect! You're awesome!!!
This is one of my favorites of yours.
Guest 14-Apr-2007 20:29
Just great. Very well done.
Guest 18-Feb-2007 06:27
This one I have nothing more to add - fantastic
Henrik Andersen09-Feb-2007 12:54
Excellent idea - love this shot!
Kaden Kratzer31-Dec-2006 02:04
Very creative!
natisunber07-Nov-2006 23:42
Incredible creation! My compliments, that's so great!;))
Adrian Reilly05-Nov-2006 09:41
genial composition. v
Guest 11-Oct-2006 12:04
Great compositing. Very impressive work overall.
SRW05-Aug-2006 13:34
Expertly done: a great SP...! (V)
Ana Carloto O'Shea03-Aug-2006 15:22
I love your style David!! This photo is really wow material.
You are very creative and sure know your way through photoshop... Congrats
Oscar Reina02-Aug-2006 11:20
Yes, definitely the ultimate screw turn for the 'what do I put on today?' dilemma ! :)
aliusvetus01-Aug-2006 15:45
Brilliant work. No limit for creativeness.
david procter01-Aug-2006 05:11
You're right, there were two, now there are three. That third bandaged head was inspired by you Emily Grace.
Ken McColl01-Aug-2006 00:57
DAVE, DAVE,... quit while you're a head mate !!!! KMc
Chuck Inglefield31-Jul-2006 15:44
hilarious....and a bit scary. Very creatively done.
Guest 31-Jul-2006 15:00
unless i'm losing my head too, you've re-uploaded this with a third head lurking on that bottom shelf...bandaged to protect yourself from whatever exists in your reality today. as though all of a sudden you realised that the two options you previously presented yourself with just couldn't stand up to present trials. i love the crop at the bottom, makes me wonder what lurks under that bottom shelf...and the attention to the closed drawers brought by the wonky handle. you've found an incredible way, once again, to touch upon something which i suppose is quite universal. the fact that the world sees only our exterior and we have to choose how we wish to present (or hide) who we really are and how we really feel through that. my compliments, once again!
Craig Persel31-Jul-2006 14:50
Wonderfully surreal image. Bravo.
Lisa Sullivan31-Jul-2006 14:15
David, David, David. How DO you do it, sir? Magnificent, as always. Your imagination seems infinite, and whenever I see a new SP from you, I immediately anticipate the arrival of the next!

This one reminds me of the classic children's film Return To Oz where the evil Mombi character has display cases of dozens of heads. Like AL said, it's disturbing but brilliant. Where is my head today? Who shall I be?
The idea of standing at a mirror with our reflection in front of us, but not being able to see it (for the lack of a head!) is making my brain explode! The longer I look at this image, the more I love it!
Forever a fan,
~ Lisa
Rob Rosetti31-Jul-2006 11:39
I think it's funny, more than disturbing. Like a B-movie feeling! Love this composition David! Roberto
Clyne31-Jul-2006 09:33
Complete with shadows... brilliant!
Kal Khogali31-Jul-2006 06:22
FANTASTC!! BRILLIANT! So original David..;-)))K
Guest 31-Jul-2006 06:13
very disturbing --- hmm which head shall I put on today? --- you are getting weirder and weirder, but better and better, too ;-)
petem31-Jul-2006 04:23
Demented and brilliant. =v=
AL31-Jul-2006 01:51
OMG!!! I'm so glad that I'm seeing this now under broad daylight. Gosh, you almost killed me! Suggest you put a warning sign - Not for faint hearts. An incredibly mind goggling creation from you. Very disturbing yet damn good. LOL... I'm lost for words now. Voted.
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