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An incredible juxtaposition! The contrast and incongruity in color and texture simply blew me away. Is there really a way out? It seemed hard to let something go, gripping onto tightly... Voted.
Outstanding work Roe. I take it you're familiar with William Eggleston's work?
The lighting,texture,compo...everything is amazing here! V
Excellent Roe! Wonderful find!
Well seen. A bit of green, the 'way out'
Hello Roe, I wanted to comment on this pic. I'm a scrounger, a person who hunts through old places.
Scavenger, looker through stuff to see you know, to see things. Can you imagine a almost 50 year old
hunting in these places? Scary. But I've been doing this from about 13 or 14 year old. Old dumps, old
houses, places off the beaten path. I have found many things. And unfortunately stole a few too.
This picture it hits me hard. How do you do this? It represents two things to me.
1. A little girl's dream. This dream, on a wall of REALITY. It's a sad thing. but it happens.
I'm not going to elaborate on that.
2. And something that is left behind, and that is found in an old abode
An example that I can best describe to you is chimney flue covers. Something I collect.
Something left behind. A hand painted chimney flue cover in an abandoned house.
Been there done that.
Watching your pics I see that you have a old out building from which to photograph from.
I enjoy your stuff so much. It's good emotion. and great pics.
Wildly surreal. Vote.
This is fabulous
I took a long look at this, fabulous......v
I just can't believe how cool this is! Biggest V
Tomasz Dziubinski - Photography
Nice find, good shot.
I too love the silvery sheen and that wonderful light! v>
Stunning juxtaposition of different things. I love the silver tones in the paint...
This makes for a fantastic piece of art. V
love the composition
This blows my mind. Your vision seems full of treasure.