I like to explore….
She’s so serious…I like the angle/tilt of the shot. Very nice.
Thank you…yeah imagine what she was like to live with! Haha, not really, she’s lovely. Thanks Scott 🙂
You’re welcome. 🙂
nice comp! nature’s diffused light makes it more interesting! good capture 🙂
Cheers for that 🙂
Love the angle, tones, subject, and expression here. A really successful shot.
Thank you! I very much enjoy your photography too 🙂
Thanks, Tania. Very interesting piece. There’s too much barbed wire in the world. We get stuck on the side with the traffic and lose touch with nature to our own impoverishment. She looks agry because she can’t get out. Thnk of Abu Graib, think of news of an American soldier who went berserk, killing 16 civilians in Afghanistan. He, like those he killed, were behing the barbed wire on the “civilzed” side of the wire. As a theologian, I also see a “crown” of thorns (humiliation) in the barbed wire. As in all good pieces of art, the piece invites our imagination. thanks for sharing. http://www.gordoncstewart.com
Hi Gordon, thank you for your interesting comment….I cannot say that I had thought of this interpretation in as much detail, although I felt that this particular composition and juxtaposition of potentially symbolic elements would definitely generate ideas, I could never have articulated them as well as you have here. I especially like the turn of phrase that a good piece of art ‘invites our imagination’ – this has really struck a chord with me. I want to invite people’s imagination very much so this is a great compliment for me, thank you! Hope you are having a good day, kind regards, Tan
This photograph does what good art always does. We see not only what the artist saw. Sometimes, maybe oftentimes, the artist is not consciously (or rationally) able to articulate that to which the photo gives expression. We make meaning in many ways. The most creative is reflection on creativiity itself.
Thanks, glad you think so!
so much happening here…great shot
Thanks very much 🙂
great photo displaying emotion. Cheers Callie
This reminds me of an unpleasant experience I had in a berry patch once… : )
I like the way you’ve tinted the photo– nice job!
Hehee 😉 Thanks Mark
A most excellent theme and of course
the perfection of the muse adds to this
fine piece of artistry 🙂 Well done…
Welcome back Andro! 🙂 I’m glad you enjoy this, thank you
The angle is great. It’s as if the camera fell out your hands and the shutter just clicked
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