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Ann LT01-Feb-2008 19:44
I know I've commented on this one before Niall but I just love love this one.
I thought of Eugene Smith's "Walk to Paradise Garden"
Jeff Real11-Mar-2007 15:13
Awesome! Reminiscent of Lewis Carroll. All oy your work is very inspiring. V
NÚlida Marcela Barrios01-Feb-2007 21:32
This is so oniric. I have the sensation that there is a frog jumping besides her.
AL17-Dec-2006 10:24
Not only we don't see her face, not knowing if she's approaching or leaving us, some of us probably wondered about her hands in the air. A sign of carefree or despair? And I kept looking at the strange thing hanging from her arm. Very intriguing. The framing, the negative space, the light and the blur accentuated the entire mysterious moody scene. Brilliant. Voted.
Chris Sofopoulos17-Dec-2006 10:02
A moody picture! Very good use of negative space Niall.
Rob Rosetti16-Dec-2006 20:17
Fairy-tales atmosphere! Inspiring!
Chris16-Dec-2006 19:02
From the eyes of Jean-Pierre Jeunet.
Stu Egan16-Dec-2006 16:43
This one has me gripped, I have to say. Such mystery to it, which I guess is partly down to the setting and partly down to the silhouette. I also like the way you've used that natural frame around her, especially with the light in the background just off to one side. Love it.
fred_il16-Dec-2006 16:37
Love it!
gary becker16-Dec-2006 14:51
Brilliant ! !
Ana Carloto O'Shea16-Dec-2006 11:45
I agree with Roe in that this would make a beautiful book cover... It reminded me of the Secret Garden actually :)

I am a true fan of this gallery and the way images that seem to have so little to do with each other are, as soon as you upload them, we start thinking of the reason why they are here and though it's impossible to understand the nuances of an isolated image without some contextual clues, the story grows in each of us that take our time to "read" it.
Keep it up Niall.
David Grundy16-Dec-2006 08:42
Agree with what faye white said. Either way - and especially with the ambiguity - brilliant.
JD16-Dec-2006 06:20
That's really good! Attacked by a giant frog? Vote.
Roe..16-Dec-2006 01:49
Niall..I just love the mystery..this would make an interesting book cover..v
Craig Persel16-Dec-2006 01:07
Wonderful mystery.
Barbara Heide15-Dec-2006 23:15
love these colours...very nice composition
Victoria15-Dec-2006 22:58
Terrific composition & tone
Autumn Sky15-Dec-2006 22:09
Excellent (v)
Ann LT15-Dec-2006 22:07
Damn,you're so good! V
Christine P. Newman15-Dec-2006 21:10
A beautiful composition. She is nicely protected - I like to imagine that there are roses in the branches above. Original photograph too - the lovely green background and the silhouette idea add so much. I would not be surprised if this becomes a classic.
faye white15-Dec-2006 20:10
haunting.... is she facing away from or towards you? entirely different feeling for each
Ray :)15-Dec-2006 18:14
Reminds me of a modern day Thomas Hardy scene somehow. Not that I would know ;-)
chris15-Dec-2006 18:05
Excellent, great mood, color and comp.
Adalberto Tiburzi15-Dec-2006 17:59
Haunted apparition, the Lady of the Lake perhaps?