Thursday, August 5, 2010

Experiencing Technical Difficulties . . .

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Sometimes Life, and Work (especially Work) conspire to make finding time for blogging difficult. The world is full of gargoyles. Monsters. Demons. Nightmares. And maybe, just maybe, happy endings. Hopefully.
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A thousand thank you's to Roxana for helping me (us) to look at light differently. She gives lessons in the discovery of previously unknown qualities of light. Stepping off into new dimensions. Rooms full of magical light.
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With creatures like this watching over our shoulders, no wonder people become superstitious. And just don't look into his eyes.
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13 comments:

the fly in the web said...

Bears an uncanny resemblance to a judge I knew when I was considerably younger....you looked up at him too which is the similarity with this photograph.

Stickup Artist said...

Angels and demons, light and dark, hope and despair. It's easy to swing between these extremes and so difficult to find balance. I love Roxana's "paintings in light." Her work is so personal and soulful. Sometimes you forget a camera is even involved!

TechnoBabe said...

It's not the eyes that are creepy for me it is the mouth. I visited Roxana's blog. Thanks for the recommendation.

James said...

I can relate to what you are saying. We just have to ride the waves that come our way or we'll be caughing up salt water. That is one creepy looking gargoyle but a great visual.

:: Karine :: said...

hello owen adoré

ton post (qui nous fait nous poser plein de questions) m'a rappeler que roxana existait et je t'en remercie :-)
ça fait longtemps que je ne suis pas allée et grâce à toi je vais faire une jolie balade imaginaire !

plein de bisous lumineux et sincères

Genie said...

The texture in this photo with the creepy gargoyle is great. Thanks for the link!

Steve said...

That's a scary unnatural beast... and yet somehow very cat-like...

Roxana said...

ah, sweet Owen!

a thousand thanks and bows and smiles :-)

(amazing texture! :-)

mythopolis said...

Ooh, I shoulda read this post before looking at the photo. I looked into its eyes, and am now experiencing psychological difficulties!

ρομπερτ said...

... how I miss the epoch when writing, living, loving was able to be done through a fountain pen.

Please have a good Friday.

Amy said...

Ah the evil work monster...


You need lots of light when sculptures like that are lurking about. Thanks for taking a moment to stop by and give us something lovely to look upon. :)

The Pliers said...

Love the grainy resonance with the French limestone, Owen. Don't let the monsters get, or hold, you down!

victoria eugenia said...

Fotografías magnificas. Felicitaciones por un blog tan bonito. Saludos desde España.