72 thoughts on “Underground Pieces. Munich, Germany.

  1. Josephine:
    As an artist, you have the magic of turning color into a joy similar to the 4th. movement of the 9th. Beethoven’s symphony. In the B & W that magic turns you into Nostalgia. Your work is very similar to Andrei Tarkovsky, our unforgettable jewelry maker, translating Cinema As Poetry.
    Thank you for sharing that inner beauty within you!

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  2. Hallo, thanks very much for your like on β€œFriends (arriving?)” and following my art activities on dispenza.worspress.com. Please allow me to reciprocate best compliments and wishes for the nice and interesting creations of your blog. Have a lovely week. Edoardo Dispenza


  3. That’s amazing work! Fantastic mysterious ambience. Ordinary but really absorbing picture. Love it.


  4. I love these pieces! πŸ™‚ Very interesting and mysterious! Good job, Josephine! As always. πŸ™‚


  5. I like the way you have hidden the subject’s face. It adds an illicit feel to the shot. I feel a bit guilty looking at it, and imagine that if I’d taken it, as a man, I’d feel somewhat immoral.
    I also wonder what was playing through the headphones, whether the subject knew you were taking the photo…


  6. The shot looks so old school because of the rather old fashioned tube and the lighting but yet this I-phone tells us that we are in the 21st century. Very cool!


  7. Wow! a highly charged image, full of strange symbolism. So much so that I keep coming back to it. Your powers of observation and of selection are impressive. Love it!


  8. Deine Photographien sind im vergangenen Jahr wirklich viel besser geworden! Ich zolle meinen Respekt. Und wollte das mal gesagt haben.

    Liebe Grüße


  9. Your photography is artistry. Each person has his/her own interpretation. Maybe in this picture the woman just left a party after breaking up with her boyfriend? So cool!


  10. Nice image you took or shall I say , made. Her hand is or me very expressive in this image . Like that detail


  11. There is so much unsaid in this; a willing collaboration or a stolen moment? What took place between photographer and subject? Where were you going? What happened when you arrived? Great sense of mystery – love it.


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