Published 30 April 2008
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haggis basher |
30 April 2008, 22:25
This is beautiful. The tones and texture in the old guy’s jacket is amazing. An almost timesless scene, only the odd modern bottle on the counter gives any hint to a point in time.
The nameless Uncarved Block can protect against desire.
When desires are restrained there will be peace,
and then all under heaven will be at rest.
“Tao Te Ching Chapter 37”
1 May 2008, 13:10
You really captured a great feeling and a story in and of itself. Well done.
As far as taking off is concerned, isn’t that what photographers do? That’s my favorite part about it.
Otto K. |
3 May 2008, 20:32
I really like this, Jason. This is getting into a series that I’ve been toying with in my head for a while.
13 May 2008, 16:47
Lovely work Jason…as for the making off without notice….a notion I have pondered with for a while…perhaps one day!
desolate | metropolis |
11 June 2008, 09:05
Great, this really leaves you imagining a story to go with the image.
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