USED TO HAVE A LIFE, USED TO HAVE A HOME

USED TO HAVE A LIFE, USED TO HAVE A HOME

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8 thoughts on “USED TO HAVE A LIFE, USED TO HAVE A HOME

  1. Chris, another FANTASTIC photo, I stared at it for a long time, captivating! Other than the subject matter which is amazing, and I could discuss forever, for me the striking thing about this photo is that it’s not black and white, but it fools the eye and mind into thinking it’s just that. Then you have the opportunity to see the gradual hints of brick red, and subtle amber colors here and there, and the wonderful reddish grate. Please tell me this is not just a hobby, you do know how talented you are, right?

    Warm wishes,
    Pepper

    1. What can I say in reply to this except whilst it is a ‘hobby’ it is one I take very seriously. To have someone respond to the images I take as you do spurs me on and I cannot thank you enough for your support and encouragement.

      Have a great day!
      Chris xxx

      1. Chris, you are very welcome. I think your art, and your images speak for themselves. I always look forward to see what your eye will capture, your style is unique, I feel very true to the heart, and often showing us things right in front of our faces, if only we would stop to look. (Your work sparks a lot of emotion.)

        As always warm wishes,
        Pepper

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