I don't wish to be boxed!
Philip, this photo is amazing, I love it. Just the kind of thing that floats my boat.
Philip, I am confused, is this a painting or a photo? At first you were writing about photographing decaying paper, and then wrote about painting. Mary mentioned photo, but I was thinking painting! But I've only just started my first cup off coffee for the day, so, I'm still waking up! Regardless what it is, artistically it is g-r-e-a-t!
Mary - nice to see you here. Yes, I am also pleased with this photo!TSLNo this is a photo. Before this series of photos I took about 300 of "walls" and my next post will be a painting I did fro one of those photos! Hope its clear now!
I am reminded of beautiful fabric draped over something when I look at this. I love it when people can capture the raw beauty in something that others would might not see otherwise.will look forward to your painting.
Your photo is yummy! Your thoughts about the walls be build around ourselves are poignant. The whole series is tantalizing. I'm looking forward to seeing more Philip.
Self Taught ArtistI have become really interested in close-up photography - mainly because it is a largely unexplored world.LeslieMany thanks. My blog is all over the place just now so none of this looks very consistent. Glad you are following it.
Gorgeous photo! What great colors and textures. Can't wait to see the painting.
Was it Victor Hugo in "Les Miserables" who said, "Nothing sees more carefully than a downcast eye." There are many treasures among the discrded things in life.
Very nice photograph, Philip. I especially like the colours and texture.Are you creating these decaying newspaper and magazine pieces to photograph or, is it something you come across around the city and photograph?
Such richness - I love the close up photo too - a world within a world! Thank you for sharing Philip
Philip, that is just luscious. And I just noticed Ed's comment. Such truth there.
Brilliant eye Philip. The snippets of text are really intriguing.
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