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Captured on a warm red sand dune in the middle of Australia…
red, warm, orange, sand, shoes, pink, colour, empty, fashion, dune
Hey Keiran! Good to see you on here – was just thinking of you today and wondering how you were and WHERE you are!! Look after yourself, my friend and keep in touch. ((hugs)) :)
Great pic – such contrast and gorgeous colours!
Thanks Anne-Marie, lovely to hear from you. I am still in the desert… waiting for some parts for my bus before I can leave. Hoping to hit the road in the next few days :-)
– Keiran Lusk
Super picture- looks like those shoes have a story xxHope you are doing well Keiran- Happy New Year to you xxxxxx
There may be a story or two behind these shoes, but I shall leave that to your imagination… Thanks Anita, for the lovely words. I am doing ok. Happy New Year to you too. Cheers :-)
Oh yeah – and I like your profile pic with the hat again!! ;)
love the colors and the very simple composition, the shadows play a huge roll in this too
Thank-you so much Paul. For a long time I thought this photo was too simple, but it has grown on me slowly. I am glad you love this one :-)
Thank-you Linda :-)
Thank-you Lucinda :-)
Great in simplicity. fantastic light use
Thank-you Coffeetea. It was such a perfect setting in the red sand dunes of Central Australia and part of a fabulous day’s shooting with an old friend.
Yes, great stuff! Haha, it reminds me of that film Priscilla, lol. It’s quite ‘fun’ I mean!
Ha, thanks Jane. It was a really ‘fun’ day. I can definitely see how this might remind you of ‘Priscilla’. Cheers :-)