74 thoughts on “That little bit of morning air.

  1. Reblogged this on Art Bern and commented:
    I love this piece because it has a balanced look between a photo and painting. I know if I tried to recreate as a paining it would fail, therefore I’ll stick to reblogging Lemanshots’ work.

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  2. How so many hopes for the day mix with a young fresh morning. If the day is running out, hopes may have been fulfilled. If not, we hope for a new tomorrow.

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  3. Dear Josephine…your work is absolutely amazing!
    Thanks for the art, beauty and sensibility ❀

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  4. Hi Josephine! Catching up on your work, I haven’t seen this look from you in a while. I am amazed by your ‚brush‘ painting technique/styling on urban cityscapes such as this! Cheers.

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  5. You are soooo amazing. This image is photorealism at its best. It seems untouched by human hand and yet…
    And the superb yet odd composition, subtle colour and shadow play all add to the depiction of humans alienated in a cityscape, pandemic or not. You even made them 2 M apart πŸ˜‰

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  6. i think this Photo ? is manipulated somehow because there is an interesting diminishment of the size of the footpath as it comes to the lower left corner – when of course it should be getting wider if that is closer. Josephine , you always mess with the aspect of perspective. Exactly where are we viewing this image from. ?it is very clever this thing you do. At first sight it seems we are looking at a „normal“ scene, looking from the same perspective as the photographer – but soon we realize we are not. So where are you looking from? where am i looking from ? I love it. Consensual reality be damned. it is way too limited. well , ok lets not damn it – its doing a good job of damning itself. But may the consensual wake up in a hurry to the reality of a greater unity than can ever be perceived by everyday eyes.

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