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The dunes are thereBetween the water and Now.
And the shack sitsAlone and abandonedBlown.
Above where waterMeets now. Remembering ora remembering ofThen.
And Cape CodSits beneath itAll andProtects its
cape, grass, england, new, dunes, cod
Aging… Um…. Maturing. Still wondering what I’ll be when I grow up.
Oh, Ted, this is gorgeous!!!!!! And your text is beautiful!!!
Thank you Lois and… hmmmmm…. I wonder if isolation is necessarily a bad thing?
– Ted Byrne
Ted, this is a stunning work as always. Such great texture to the grasses. You have such a great way of keeping a consistent look that says TED BYRNE!!! I know I could pick your work out of a crowd.
Wow! Thank you for detecting a style in my work. I’m hoping that one id developing… and that it helps my images to resonate with others.
Great work with the post-processing!
Thanks Christopher. You have such an idiosyncratic voice in your work, I’m pleased that you find an appeal in mine.
Heh heh… Takes one to know one, Vonne. Thanks.
This is breathtaking..
Particularly with your eye for texture, this compliment reeeeely resonates with me. Thanks.
Breathtaking image..the lighting is so beautifully dramatic.
Hmmmm… thanks L. Wonder if one the amazing creatures you portrait is hidden in that grass, eh?
Thank you M’am (he tips his hat). Thank you.
Ted, another work that is beautiful both in image and words!
I’m most comfortable as a writer and an image maker, working in illios Cora. Nice of you to enjoy the way this one marries word with vision.
A compliment from you on my image making is like a year end bonus. Thanks Ilpo.
this is a keeper Ted ~ the colors and light and textures ~ composition and sky and season ~ all sing to me of so much memory ~ the sweet kind of isolation that my soul yearns for ~ in just this way, this kind of place and day ~ thank you for this moment xxx
One goal of mine is to find a nostalgic sense in color photography. It is much easier in B&W where just a sepia tone suggests that feeling. But opening the door to color allows so many emotional swirls to gush in that the artist’s control is easily overwhelmed. To a degree that can be controlled with texture overlays. But how to do it without those devices? I’m pleased that you’ve used the word “yearns” to express, in part your reaction. Thanks a lot Linda.