Friday, October 31, 2008


"sara.toga"

Playing with veneers.

3 comments:

Debi said...

This one is my favorite. Not so much "glamor" as the other two. Defiance, immediacy, real light. Looks like it could be a frame from a reel of scratched film. Viewing feels like you got caught in the middle of something -- there's more before. And after.

I'm intrigued by this new technique. I'd love to see you try this on some of your photos.

I wonder: do the words matter to you? To the rest of your readers? When I can make them out they add another layer to me. I like the combination of the visual and the verbal. Like titles to photos. Like pasted words in collages. It takes, though, a subtle hand. And you have that.

Bev said...

Has a feel of passing through bead curtains....exotic.

John said...

Words matter, most.times.

Some is random, magical and fortunate.

Like the way wednesday starts in the lips.

Sub.conscious and manic, I am. A cut and paste yoda. Green with big ears.

Words are the "easiest way" to strenthen composiiton or shift viewpoint.

Like yelling "fire" in a crowded home entertainment viewing area.

shallow.simpleton.similes.