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speak your mind

Have you ever felt like a phone call that's been disconnected? Wanna unplug and break free?

(Part of my new gallery ~ see hear speak no... ~)

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christina 03-Aug-2011 06:13
M Williamson Lebon25-Feb-2011 05:51
Great!!! VV
Ann...09-Oct-2009 17:45
Guest 02-Mar-2008 10:31
Guest 20-Jul-2007 10:48
Arggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh :-)
Roe..15-Jul-2007 15:48
I'm reflecting back at the first time I saw this brilliant image..Ai Li I can't stop smiling..
Guest 05-Jul-2007 12:15
your most brilliant image Ai Li,great to see it again
Guest 12-Dec-2006 07:51
Beautifully done and voted.
Communication is a two-way thing by the way, the image shows the frustration with both :-)
Michael Shpuntov11-Dec-2006 21:00
Your imagination seem have no boundaries. And your technique is perfect. Great image Ai Li. Voted
Ana Carloto O'Shea09-Dec-2006 16:42
I suppose you're right... we all have felt like that sometime.
Even without your thoughts behind it, the photo is very eye catching and thought provocking, and maybe because there's no face from which we can read the emotions, the photo makes us think and create our own story for it....
Well done ;)
ltolksdorf08-Dec-2006 16:20
Great idea and very well executed again. Vote.
Kal Khogali08-Dec-2006 06:00
Ai Li...the unplugged version. Abstracted to the simplicity of a hold and walk away. One of your greatest. K
Guest 07-Dec-2006 21:46
Another really superb image Ai Li. Vote
Chris Sofopoulos07-Dec-2006 13:47
Many times! Another interesting idea you have created here.
Sheila07-Dec-2006 06:26
I think you are very connected.
Guest 07-Dec-2006 05:19
Brilliant illustration of a very interesting idea.
I had the reflex of thinking of how you did it, but that's really a distraction.
The details are all perfect. The curly wire for example is really a good idea for this high key, as it catches more shadow (?). The composition and negative space are terrific - giving a incongruous relation between legs and phone. Bravo, Ai Li. Vote.
Ray Rebortira07-Dec-2006 04:13
This is McLuhan in all its glory: indeed the Medium is the Massage. Bravo!!!!
Roe..07-Dec-2006 02:02
you blow me away with this amazing art..I'm speechless..v
Cindi Smith07-Dec-2006 00:51
I totally agree with Ade! You have another vote, Al Li!
Craig Persel07-Dec-2006 00:40
Awesome. :-)
Guest 06-Dec-2006 23:50
Ive really enjoyed, watching your talent and creativity grow over the months Ai Li. Youve posted many amazing images. But for me this is your finest hour. There is not a person in the world who could not relate to this image. Its quite incredible. Youve managed to capture the feeling of wanting to hear from someone but dont. The pain frustration and sheer arrgggggggggghhh is quite apparent here. One of the best pbase images of AL time:-) I adore it. Another which desreves its place in an art gallery. You are an inspiration and an amazing person to go with it. Pbase is blessed to have someone as speciAL as U. Im proud that I can say we are friends. X
fred_il06-Dec-2006 23:34
!!! This is excellent!!
Yes, strong message
Richard Calmes06-Dec-2006 23:21
WOW! Powerful symbolism! V
Guest 06-Dec-2006 22:37
Excellent! (Hey, I don't know abou the rest, but you have beautiful legs :-) )
Guest 06-Dec-2006 22:11
This is immediately my fav in this series of yours,Ai Li!
Just love love the cords..and the whole idea. so well-executed too. Big Vote
Guest 06-Dec-2006 21:49
Know the feeling.
But on the same token, I think I am too insecure to unplug & break free...
Guest 06-Dec-2006 19:31
Very creative. How do I do a similar concept with a cellphone, I wonder? :)
Martha Albuquerque06-Dec-2006 19:18
FAntastic composition!! V
Jim Ross06-Dec-2006 19:03
Awesome... I know the feeling... .:-)
CIS06-Dec-2006 19:00
Unique and Fabulous!!!
Guest 06-Dec-2006 17:47
I would suggest getting a wireless phone for Christmas. Great creative shot AL
Rob Rosetti06-Dec-2006 17:45
Outstanding high-key Ai Li! And I love the message! I feel often like your concept! :)
Jen Bixler06-Dec-2006 17:39
"Sorry, I cannot come to the phone right now, I am tied up at the moment"!

Your words are so very true. Fun image.
Guest 06-Dec-2006 17:05
Exceptional! Love it, and the message.
Ray :)06-Dec-2006 16:46
Love the high key approach on this one particularly - really shows up on the texture of the phone and cord. Awaiting your next creation...
J. Scott Coile06-Dec-2006 16:46
Frequently! Excellent and moving photography Al.
De'Carr Studio06-Dec-2006 16:39
Your creativity is endless, Al. Vote
Guest 06-Dec-2006 16:23
Like a crime scene photo! :)
George Christakos06-Dec-2006 16:17
Brilliant!!! Very creative photo. V.
Stu06-Dec-2006 16:13
This is why I have a mobile phone - for ease of movement.
Adalberto Tiburzi06-Dec-2006 16:13
Brilliant idea, and well done.
Adal (unplugged from PBase, at the moment ;-))
JSWaters06-Dec-2006 16:12
All the time. I love the combination of humor and frustration. To communicate well is a struggle, one that bogs us down and binds us in hapless futility. You're coming through loud and clear.
Sharon Rogers06-Dec-2006 16:05
ooh yes, love how you used the phone cord
Dan Chusid06-Dec-2006 15:59
"The number you have reached, is not in service..."
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