Hunter and the Hunted by Robert O'Neill

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Could be seen as a companion image to Crossing the Ravine, or something different entirely.

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  • digitalmidge
    digitalmidgeover 6 years ago

    Ooh, this is spooky but I love it..;-)

  • Thanks Zoe. Spooky is good—very good, what I hoped for.

    – Robert O'Neill

  • theyellowfury
    theyellowfuryover 6 years ago

    That rules. I’ve been there a few times and I can reveal to all that this effect is caused by booze.
    Booze.

  • Me too, but it’s a bit of a bugger when you get lost in the forest and can’t find a taxi or chip shop.

    – Robert O'Neill

  • VanSnuG
    VanSnuGover 6 years ago

    OOPS! Wrong Forest! ;-D Awesome Effect.

  • Thanks Van. Glad you like it.

    – Robert O'Neill

  • butchart
    butchartover 6 years ago

    blairwitchy…. nice effect……….. more qualudey then booze i think………..b

  • Very Blair witchy, butch. Glad you like it.

    – Robert O'Neill

  • * RoyAllenHunt *
    * RoyAllenHunt *over 6 years ago

    Reminiscent of scenes from "A Midsummer Night’s Dream " Nicely done.

  • Thanks Roy. I guess it could be at that.

    – Robert O'Neill

  • AmyX
    AmyXover 6 years ago

    That is spooky, and yet interesting !

    amyx

  • Thanks Amy

    – Robert O'Neill

  • juliex
    juliexover 6 years ago

    Very spooky gives me the shivers where do you hang out….

  • Thanks Julie…I think in all the wrong places, or right places. Either that or watched too many horror films when I was younger. Ever remember those old Hammer Horror movies?

    – Robert O'Neill

  • juliex
    juliexover 6 years ago

    Very spooky gives me the shivers where do you hang out….

  • juliex
    juliexover 6 years ago

    Oh that brings it all back, mysef and a friend would sit with a pillow to hide behind …
    one episode we were convinced one of the actors lived in a nearby village, we freaked out every time we saw this poor guy …..the power of horror….

  • Me too. I still think they were quite powerful movies—they had to attempt to get into your imagination and manipulate your fears—there were almost no special effects. Nowadays, horror films just have CGI monsters and so on. No horror effect whatsoever.

    – Robert O'Neill

  • juliex
    juliexover 6 years ago

    Absolutey as i drive through that village to this day i still get a shiver, nowadays its all gore and gutts, what are we like …. the good old days hey!!!!!!!

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