89 thoughts on “Shared Past.

  1. Very interesting image. I believe the abstract note is meant to invite the viewer to imagine what the two men in the image are thinking or up to, so here is my take.

    It reminds me somewhat of the final scenes of 2001 a Space Odyssey, when the astronaut (I can’t remember his name) sees himself in different stages of his life. Perhaps the two men are in fact the same person, each version looking at himself being older or younger, depending on the point of view.

    I also like the processing and tones of this image, a fine piece of work.

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  2. Absolutely wonderful photograph. Apart from its excellent technical attributes, it is a beautiful composition. It makes me imagine all sorts of stories.

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  3. I saw Dali in this too. It had that old and new contrast I liked with Rockwell paintings. The older man looking through the window at his younger self. Maybe. The arm though, maybe its time revealing the window to him. My description sounds a bit like CS Lewis. Sorry.

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  4. Beautifully created. Two things that particularly appeal to me: the slightly incomplete face of the man in the distance suggesting that memory is incomplete, and the arm that holds the curtains back.

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    • Hi Brian….thank you, I’m pleased you like it! I haven’t yet exposed my pictures. It’s a huge effort and I have not enough time to do it.

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      • I can imagine. I’ve given up on publishing my writings after 25 rejection letters from New York literary agents.πŸ™‚ The effort is not worth my time. I prefer to post on my blog. Shame though, it would be nice to see some of your photographs enlarged and printed in very large dimensions. Un jour peut-Γͺtre?πŸ™‚

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      • Maybe one day…but I believe the future is on the internet. What gallery has the same worldwide range as a blog? I reach more people through blogging…. :-))

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      • Definitely. (I am green with envy at your number of followers)πŸ™‚ But I think it’s like books and e-books. They will co-exist. And I can visualize the beauty of one your photographs in 2×1 metres… One day.πŸ™‚

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      • Haha…last year I created a picture for a room in our house – it is 2 metres wide and 50 cm high. It’s a funny piece! ;-))

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    • Thank you! I know that film – it’s a really interesting and dramatic story with great scenes in black and white. Well worth seeing.

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  5. This is stunning! I’d love to know a bit about how you created it.
    It has the eerie feel of a Hopper painting.

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