Title inspired by a line in poem by Alexander Pope called ‘Eloisa to Abelard’.
Image taken with my Motorazr V9 mobile phone camera and tweaked in PS4.
ceeveem, deep solitudes and awful cells, colleen milburn, philosophy, philosophical, yellow, blue, rust, old, worn, window, wood, timber, weatherboard, rustic
I am an Australian photographer and digital artist.
wonderful capture Colleen, the colours are amazing xxxx have a great sunday my friend xxxx
Thanks so much, my friend – hope your Sunday is fine as well!! :)))
– Colleen Milburn
Very nice Colleen!
“Then too, when fate shall thy fair frame destroy,(That cause of all my guilt, and all my joy)In trance ecstatic may thy pangs be drown’d,Bright clouds descend, and angels watch thee round,From op’ning skies may streaming glories shine,And saints embrace thee with a love like mine.”
You’re much cleverer than me, David – I only knew the line ‘deep solitudes and awful cells’ because I love the sound and mystery of it! Well done :))
I can’t beat the previous quote ;) But I sure like this image my friend – you do wonderful things with colours and tone :)))
Lol! Thanks so much, my friend – glad you like it :))
That quote I added comes toward the end of the long poem.
a wonderful capture, colleen
Thanks so much, Anne :))
Yep this picture fills the viewer with the same ups and downs that the poem does☼ BRAVO !! ☼
Thanks, Chookas! :))
Love these great old buildings and the perspective is wonderful colleen!
Thank you, K… – I’m pleased you like it – thanks for stopping by! :))
very cool,I like your pov.
Thank you, Kevin – I really appreciate that :))
Thanks a lot, Jennifer!
Colleen! i love your work, you have the untethered, brave and organic style of a truely revolutionary, contemporary artist.
Wow. What a wonderful and thoughtful comment, Steve. I hardly think of myself in those terms but I’m deeply grateful. Thanks so very much :))