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The Sound Of The Violin Strings by richman

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The Sound Of The Violin Strings by 


Abstract Macro Photograph

very close up to an old decaying, peeling paint, stained wooden door, part of a industrial warehouse
Weaver Street
Burley
Leeds

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abstract, macro, wooden, door, peeling paint, stains, violin, urban, artistic, unique, special, oneoff, richie fox, richman, close up, tiny

non conventional bloke
livin a non conventional life
my photography is a visual represation of
the world i live in

‘described as’ – a painter with a camera
this is how i see the world

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Comments

  • Ainsley Kellar Creations
    Ainsley Kellar...over 3 years ago

    Fabulous!!!!!!!

  • cheers ainsley :)

    – richman

  • Andrew Bradsworth
    Andrew Bradsworthover 3 years ago

    This is wonderful Richie

  • cheers mate, i must say that i do rather like this one myself

    – richman

  • LouJay
    LouJayover 3 years ago

    Nice one!

  • Evelyn Bach
    Evelyn Bachover 3 years ago

    This is fantastic, Richie, looks like the curtain is just about to go up. You have excelled yourself here!

  • DebraLee Wiseberg
    DebraLee Wisebergover 3 years ago

    Oh Richie….this is too sweet!!

    Debra

  • Colin Metcalf
    Colin Metcalfover 3 years ago

    Looks like he is playing on the edge of a surreal forest!

  • hardhhhat
    hardhhhatover 3 years ago

    The wall is crying – nice find and shot.

  • Wendy Brusca
    Wendy Bruscaover 3 years ago

    A stunner. Nothing like dripping paint to make my day :)

  • Susana Weber
    Susana Weberover 3 years ago

    Oh my! You are really on a roll, mr.r! The tiny figure playing… the bowed figure walking away from the sound of the strings… mood and atmosphere… story and title… just perfection.

  • Wayne  Pearson
    Wayne Pearsonover 3 years ago

    These are so brilliant Rich, they come to life framed, it just goes to show that there are diamonds everywhere, we just have to be able to see them.

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