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If I Could Find The Way Again by Mark  Reep
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“If I could find the way again,
I’d take you there
But all those doors are lost now,
never were.”

Charcoal and Graphite drawing, 7 3/8″ × 8″. Original available.

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mark reep, dreams in black and white, postcards, drawings, charcoal, graphite, moria, stone, stonework, paths, gates, steps, fantasy

I’m an artist, writer, and editor. My drawings, photography, fiction, poetry, and reviews have appeared or are forthcoming in American Art Collector, Endicott Journal, Bluecanvas 14, Prick of the Spindle, Blue Fifth Review, Metazen, Moon Milk Review, Smash Cake, Gloom Cupboard, Fictionaut Selects, Big City Lit, Word Riot, and many other publications. Visit my website: http://markreep.net

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Comments

  • Michele Filoscia
    Michele Filosciaabout 3 years ago

    Splendid light.

  • Thanks, Mike. It’s all about light, isn’t it. Good light makes everything golden, magical. One of my favorite parts of working in b&w is the challenge of achieving that balance between contrast and warmth. Elusive, that :)

    – Mark Reep

  • Nestor
    Nestorabout 3 years ago

    Love the perspective here of the wall/rockface looming in on right.

  • Thanks, Jenny. I kept finding more stuff in those shadows :)

    – Mark Reep

  • Redviolin
    Redviolinabout 3 years ago

    Gorgeous

  • Thanks!

    – Mark Reep

  • Farfarm
    Farfarmabout 3 years ago

    Lovely…almost photographic :)

  • Thanks!

    – Mark Reep

  • Diane Johnson-Mosley
    Diane Johnson-...about 3 years ago

    Love the perspective!

  • Thanks, Diane!

    – Mark Reep

  • Soxy Fleming
    Soxy Flemingover 2 years ago

    you “live” in an “interesting place”

  • Heh. That’s a kind way to put it :)

    – Mark Reep

  • Soxy Fleming
    Soxy Flemingover 2 years ago

    these pictures obviously relate to your surroundings (as seen in your photographs) but they also express (to me it seems anyway) a kind of big brain space, a love(?) of isolation or at least a feeling of it….
    some years ago I went to a fairly remote national park here in australia…it was a mountain formation in the middle of flat farming land, a couple of hours drive from any town, a place not many visited and requiring some effort to get to…there was a camping ground but no electricity, only very basic facilities, no other people at all, no mobile phone reception. One of us was unwell, it felt quite scary and isolated. We stayed for just one (very dark!) night and the next day went for a walk which led us into an amazing chasm, very silent and still. this was the destination, and as we sat to take refreshments two huge eagles entered the space and glided around. it was a breathtaking an experience and your pictures remind me of it.

  • Hi Soxy, thanks for sharing that experience, well told and enjoyed. Often photos can only capture a small part of such a place and experience and I enjoyed your account a lot. Very evocative and cinematic; you should work it into something if you’ve not yet. I do work best and spend much of my time alone. All I can with my partner (http://www.redbubble.com/explore/parnilla) but artmaking and writing (or at least the kind I do) is essentially solitary work. Feedback is wonderful and valued, but the process itself does require a lot of time alone at keyboard or drawing table etc. Generally suits me fine :) I do enjoy connecting with other artists, writers, etc, and RB is wonderful in that regard. In 2010-11 I edited and published a limited-run online art & lits quarterly called Ramshackle Review. Dunno if you’re familiar with Pamela Wilson’s work? but if you’ve not happened across this, thought you might enjoy: http://ramshacklereview.blogspot.com/2010/09/fe... All best.

    – Mark Reep

  • Neutro
    Neutroover 2 years ago

    Fantatstic atmosphere

  • Lisa Cook
    Lisa Cookover 2 years ago

    Lovely image, solitary and peaceful. I can feel the mist

  • Thank you, Lisa, much appreciated. Mist is always a challenge. But it’s fun, and worth it.

    – Mark Reep

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