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~ Pictures hanging in a hallway
And a fragment of a song
Half remembered names and faces
But to whom do they belong
When you knew that it was over
in the autumn of goodbyes
for a moment you could not recall
the color of her eyes... ~

Dedicated to Kathy who taught me to see and find beauty, strength and love.

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

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Craig Persel20-Dec-2006 02:27
Brilliant. Big vote.
Ana Carloto O'Shea18-Dec-2006 18:10
I love the darkness of this photo, especially because it portrays such a tender moment, one that it's easily associated with light... by using it so sparingly, you've made us look closer and become more intimate with the emotions you were trying to show us.
Sometimes, it's really when the light does not seem enough for us to see clearly, that we end up seeing way beyond what lies before our eyes...
Guest 16-Dec-2006 04:11
Imagine a woman face down on a pillow.. her legs drawn up on either side, trying desperately to shut out the noise - but the noise is from within, as thoughts keep running through her head, and going Round...
OK the actual image is about letting go of memories. But it's a great conceptual song, and the idea of the woman on a bed with her face in a pillow fits in so well with the song - as does this, as part of the dream the song portrays. v.
Chris Sofopoulos15-Dec-2006 08:08
A delicate image Ai Li!v
Guest 15-Dec-2006 01:53
I see beauty in the darkness.
Simply amazing and moody image. V
sebas veldhuisen14-Dec-2006 20:01
Fabulous picture! I imagine this one in a very big print lonely in one room of a museum. Vote
Stu14-Dec-2006 18:26
Beautiful, creative image. I have to say I do like the interpretation by JSWaters below.
Victoria14-Dec-2006 09:57
This is fantastic shot
Roe..14-Dec-2006 03:44
I don't know what to say..I'm so are an amazing artist..v
Jen Bixler14-Dec-2006 03:35
Oh, Ai continue to impress and amaze us all...I always look forward to seeing your newest additions to your galleries. Amazing image.
Guest 14-Dec-2006 00:55
Beautiful "dark" image, I especially love the light on those elegant and fine hands.
ltolksdorf13-Dec-2006 21:16
Beautiful image. Vote.
Guest 13-Dec-2006 15:49
InspirationAL. V
Guest 13-Dec-2006 15:26
Very nicely done.
fred_il13-Dec-2006 12:17
A masterpiece!!!
Kal Khogali13-Dec-2006 11:36
I saw what Jude did...I like that we all see what we want to. I also love the power of a memory almost let go...or has it been simply set free ;-)K
Rob Rosetti13-Dec-2006 08:01
I'm speachless Ai Li. This is a very creative, artistic work.
Guest 13-Dec-2006 04:04
if jude mc is crazy... than i must be crazy too.
i thought the same when i saw the thumbnail...
Beautiful work. Its so dark but I love it! :)
Guest 13-Dec-2006 03:17
The proportion of dark and light is the opposite of your latest gallery imagess. Still you manage with the low key as well as the high key to isolate some body pieces. Interesting illustration of the beauty - human and vegetal interlaced. I think that you make the beauty, Ai Li, you do more than seing it. Vote.
Sheila13-Dec-2006 02:24
Beautiful work Ai Li. I love the quote too.
JSWaters13-Dec-2006 01:38
The hands open as if to gently release the flower from confinement - a fleeting fragment of a memory or dream.
Cindi Smith13-Dec-2006 00:31
A very nice dedication and a gorgeous shot. The tone and the mood of this is superb! V
Guest 12-Dec-2006 22:46
This gallery gets better with every image you post. V.
jude12-Dec-2006 20:54
this might sound crazy but from the thumb and even from this photo I see a woman face down on a pillow.. her legs drawn up on each side. I thought that was you, but I see the hands reaching gently for the flower. Amazing that this is two photos in one.
Michael Shpuntov12-Dec-2006 19:56
Very beautiful. Have no idea why, but love it a lot. Probably because of the mood.
Guenter Eh12-Dec-2006 19:37
Touching quote and image. Time to stop and think about the real important things of life. Thank you so much again Ai Li!
Guest 12-Dec-2006 19:28
The toning and mood is wonderful Al Li. A perfect complement to this gallery.
De'Carr Studio12-Dec-2006 19:23
Incredible image. Vote
Ray :)12-Dec-2006 18:43
A fascinating and complex image. So you do dark too? ;-)
Dan Chusid12-Dec-2006 17:13
Moving words and a perfectly matched image
with those muted tones.
Another fine addition to this gallery.
Martha Albuquerque12-Dec-2006 16:54
intriguing mood indeed, greatly composed. V
J. Scott Coile12-Dec-2006 16:24
Deeply intriguing moody shot! I am drawn to this art. Amazing Ai Li! Vote.
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