This is much more than a 9. I'm sorry about the previous rating. I'm looking and asking myself questions. It belongs in a gallery. This is one of the best things I've seen in a long time. I like the way she's hiding her sex in a childish kind of way. Why is she so jittery in apparently idyllic surroundings? The blurred bird speaks of unobtainable freedom, but from what? This is good.Nigel.
I think Nigel has pretty much covered it. This is an excellent piece of photo art. My only grip is the seagull. I dont question its presence. I just feel it looks a little too superimposed (which it may well have been). If you could remove the light shadow around the bird, I feel it would add to the shot.Richard Crowe Visit My Website
Nigel, you can change your score to a 10. Hit the edit button by your initial comment, and click 10, and Bob's your uncle. (Hey, did I use that right? I've been trying to figure out this Bob thing for years.) --Chris
How cool!!! Excellent work....are you still coming back to it Nige? lol Dont blam you its awesome. Maggi
~In His Love~ Maggi D For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek. Romans 1:16
The title really says it - you've really captured that slightly surreal 3am feeling! The movement in the picture - the way she's getting up and the blurred bird are a little unsettling given teh oddness of it all - what is going to happen now?