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Smoke03-Apr-2008 11:11
What an amazing image!! I'ts all been said below.
Barbara Heide10-Jan-2008 12:13
faye white04-Feb-2007 02:19
This is wonderful. Yes, a memory fading in and out... too quickly.
Roe..23-Dec-2006 04:52
Niall this is fantastic..
Jude Marion17-Dec-2006 18:41
a flash moment in time?
a fleeting thought?
wonderfully provocative image, Niall!
Stu Egan14-Dec-2006 19:08
So great. I love the feeling of this. Will we still have such a strong relationship between the photo and the memory with all our discs packed with jpegs in years to come?
Doubt it.
JD13-Dec-2006 10:11
prisonner of -framed by - the processing.
Ana Carloto O'Shea13-Dec-2006 08:30
I don't have a clue if you added that "blue curtain" or if it was there already as a result of time's "processing" but the effect is fantastic.
It's just like the fabric of time itself had opened up ever so briefly and we were able to peek into this world and it's happiness we see there.
Rob Rosetti13-Dec-2006 08:10
Agree with Ai Li and Eckhart! Fading memories.
Sam_C13-Dec-2006 07:22
This image has a surreal, almost ghostly quality. Like a distant memory. Great!
AL13-Dec-2006 03:24
I don't know how you did it but it's really wonderful. I agree with Eckhart that it looked like a distant or fading memory. Childhood. Family. Mother's love.
Eckhart Derschmidt12-Dec-2006 23:35
Like a distant memory. Great!
Dan Chusid12-Dec-2006 15:31
Definitely looks like an image out of the past.
Ray :)12-Dec-2006 13:13
Hauntingly good.
Barbara Heide12-Dec-2006 11:42
Guest 12-Dec-2006 10:29
Is this a rescued negative / scan? This is sooo cool