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Moody photo from Wells, UK

Sold as a matted print on RB to a RB member – much appreciated!

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blue, cat, door, entry, closed, wells, frame, ivy

MarieJo, a passionate self-taught photographer

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  • robpixaday
    robpixadayabout 5 years ago

    Oh, WOW!!!!! this is so cool…love the colors and how you framed the background…..and that STONE is GORGEOUS!

  • thank you very much for the lovely feedback! I found this photo in my archives from last year and cropped it to the most interesting part

    – bubblehex08

  • sstarlightss
    sstarlightssabout 5 years ago

    Lovely, MarieJo! Great capture, love the composition and this lone cat is so expressive! Hugs and love. ;o)

  • R. E. Nixon
    R. E. Nixonabout 5 years ago

    What I will do is make a copy of your picture and show you what I would have done. My way is NOT the only way. I tend to be very interested in abstract patterns extrapolated into realist art. (Photography, in this case, but in painting also. Uhm . . . Diebenkorn’s early California landscapes or Cezzane’s late work. I was originally a painter until someone stuck a camera in my hands. They were lucky to get away with their hand intact. They lost the camera. My last painting is on here: “Fox River c. 1904”. It was a magazine cover I did years and years ago. http://www.redbubble.com/people/renixon/art/513...)

    There are quite a few ways to do any one thing: Ansel Adams and Mapplethorpe both did photography, and excelled at it. They haven’t much in common with each other except they both used a camera with black and white film.

    Elvis, Marilyn Manson and Steely Dan made “rock”, but they wouldn’t ever likely be confused with each other.

    The gist being; whatever I say needs to be filtered through you, accepted or rejected according to what you wish to say. I believe “art” (whatever your art is) is focused communication based on one or more of the senses. Only you can decide what you need to say.

    I talk too much when I haven’t had any sleep.

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeover 3 years ago

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