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“I realized that Muses were not amiable Ladies around my cradle, but praying mantises that devour the male after the act of love…” Jean Cocteau
dramatic reflections, highlighted by the street lamp… quite tense indeed!
thanks for your lovely words Nikolay
– Clo Sed
I am usually quite pedantic about everything being ‘squared’ up and symmetrical, but this works so well.That background is wonderful!
background is just a dirty wall… but dirty walls have much to say ;-)Merci Denis
… je ne connaissais pas cette superbe citation de Cocteau…mais je dois être comme le phoenix qui renait de ses cendres après avoir été consumé :-))… et j’aime la théatralité de cette image !
je l’ai extraite d’un documentaire, je te l’envoie …..cette phrase de lui m’a profondément touchée, parceque c’est mon sentiment, vraimentmerci
it’s getting better and better Magali …. a wonderful wonderful image…. love it !
thank you so much for your enthusiasm Michèle !merci
i know you don’t always suffer the use of this word and i must insist that i never use it without thought and decision…but i must use it here and now….“perfect” (and after all i am allowed my opinion…no?) :)….interestingly the title does as it calls….its ‘inspiring’
I think I’ll try (but will I dare really) to post a very uggly stuffand hope that day you’ll say “uggly” !!!!!!!!!!but you might say “perfect in its ugliness” ;-))))
“inspiring” coming from you my dear is the best compliment I could read…….
dear Cocteau … smile to introduce here how can you do piecefull agony with hope, … christ, Magali i love this
again: this 7m x 5m hanging from the sealing in Moma
oh Danica, I love your enthusiasm, reallywell 7m * 5mmy ego would not survive !;-)merci
Cocteau is right in so many ways…love your work – so much drama!
Very glad you liked it Irinamerci
super! belles ombres (muses devouring, wel well!)
Fantastic capture!! Brilliant composition! :D
thank you so much!
really inspiring!! love the composition and tones, Magali!!