These are fabulous, works of art, Lucy! I like them all, with the top perhpas my favourite.
Stopping by from Cat's blog. Digital or Film camera?
The last two are very interesting and very mysterious.
loving the frozen lizard and the leafy forest.
I am especially drawn to the last one, though all are good ones. Is this your sister Alison?An ethereal, rather spiritual image, Lucy - suggesting time and beloveds past; passages.
Thanks, I like making these but haven't done so for a long time.Steve, always nice to see you, you're on my sidebar and I sometimes look in to see how the visitors are! Only ever a digital camera: the double/multiple exposure is just an effect you can get with the Picasa collage button.The creature in the top one is a very small newt I found among the soil and leaf litter when I was gardening, we get a lot of them. I sometimes think of them as our little earth dragons, but they are amphibious and the young ones, efts, live in the pond, this one was quite close. So I just superimposed a shot of a water surface with some stuff floating on it, which I thought kind of referred to the its amphibiousness!Crow, thanks. No, that's actually me, a rather gloomy webcam picture. I've a scarcity of people pictures around, all the older ones including of Alison are tucked away on the external hard drive, so self portraiture was called for for a human face! The one before is a stone carved face I posted a week or so ago.
The last is my favorite, but they all have a poetic feel to them. If you were to create a poem for one, which one would it be?
"Grand art" and genuine surrealism! I like it.
These are fascinating, Lucy. I particularly like the last one.
Thanks for the explanation.
LOVE that last photo.T.
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