Wednesday, September 17, 2008




"night.light"

9 comments:

Bev said...

I can see why this is called night.light. It looks like skyscrapers at night, with city lights in the distance.

Kim said...

you can't beat black and white for impact and visual appeal John...
these are stunning ...can I take one for your listing at TAD please :)
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Kim said...

thanks ..I'm taking the middle one :))
enjoy your day John :)

Frances said...

It is like one of those psychological tests. I immediately saw someone sitting at a table with moonlight coming through the windows. But why? The mind is so interesting the way it tries to make a picture and a narrative - based on little information. I am going to stop looking at these, they make my brain hurt like trying to strain to see in the dark. I like the second one best because it gives more of an impression of detail and line to me. Sad person... needing clarity. Hah!

Frances said...

BTW - are they black and white? If so - my mind is inserting colour... even more Hah!

Bev said...

There appear to be trees of Central Park in the foreground, and autumnal nuts hanging on them.

Anonymous said...

i will name my next work "autumnal. nuts."

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thanks, all - there is color, touches of colors...

Bev said...

They are nuts appear to be able to disappear and reappear in the twinkle of an eye. Magic.nuts LOL

Frances said...

I see, so now you are casting nasturtiums at your readership. Ha-ha - what a ditch