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The Dream Makers, Brussels 2008

The Dream Makers, Brussels 2008

From the gallery "Impressions"

Toyo 45CF 4x5 Field Camera,Sinar 150mm f5.6,Polaroid 55 P/N

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Ray :)03-Nov-2008 19:06
Come back for a second look. It's a unique moment in time caught with such vision.
regi olbrechts27-Aug-2008 20:33
Superb. Intriging. Great feel.
Martha Albuquerque18-Aug-2008 20:16
s u p e r b ~ v ~
Adrian Reilly31-Jul-2008 21:54
sushislee19-Jun-2008 05:40
touching, lots of things come in my mind seeing this picture!

Kaden Kratzer19-Jun-2008 03:16
LOve it too. The retro aspect is very powerful. BV
Ann LT17-Jun-2008 13:36
This is incredible.
Big bow to you!
Keith Goldstein16-Jun-2008 18:40
Excellent! ~V~
Stu Egan16-Jun-2008 09:39
Lovely photo yet again Kal. I doubt I will ever get tired of seeing your work in this format, it is very special. I feel like I'm watching a dream here. The lack of eye contact and the still body language create a surreal state and strange mood that is unlike anything 'real'.
JD16-Jun-2008 04:20
Silently banging the bell without an eye blink! There is a tremendous power that comes out of their concentration, out of the blur of the legs that levitates them, and out of the stone in the back, heavy but as a tool that they could manipulate.
Craig Persel15-Jun-2008 21:48
Top notch work.
Robbie D7014-Jun-2008 07:47
Moving shot but for me somehow a sad one. Clever work with the facing down and blur.
Colin Clarke14-Jun-2008 01:12
Just plain bloody good again, Kal. (Aussie expression of praise). ;-) I agree with Ken about the young lass. And, yes, for some of us souls, the more high tech we are getting, the more low tech we wish we were. Contemplative, organic, image making. A light tight box, one good lens, and some solid thought. Cartier-Bresson said about photography ..."it is putting one's head, one's eye, and one's heart on the same axis'. ~V~
Ken McColl14-Jun-2008 00:05
Hi Buddy, Im intruiged by the path you have taken..I think it is wonderful the way you are exploring the 'old ways'. Im so bloody fed up with pbase and the dopey systems that I think I might take a complete break from it....but not image making! Do you remember 'David Bowie's Ashes to Ashes' of the all time greats...well, I dont know why but there are elements here in this image that resonate....I think it comes daughter ???..the way she is facing away...looking down..and the sureal quality...perfect title.
Steve Viscot13-Jun-2008 20:26
Magnificent work here Kal. Lots of power and emotion
fred_il13-Jun-2008 20:01
Guest 13-Jun-2008 18:58
Imaginative picture
Ray :)13-Jun-2008 18:23
Superb. And the title captures the mood.
Guest 13-Jun-2008 18:04
Fantastic!! I love this shot!
JSWaters13-Jun-2008 17:36
It looks as if the world is spinning around them - very appropriate for childhood dreaming. Is this the tilt/shift again?
francesco scipioni13-Jun-2008 16:42
very impressive! big vote
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