THEDA BARA II Published on January 28, 2015 by chrisrenney . Hi some WordPress colleagues are having difficulty leaving comments on my photos – would some of you just say hello against this image? If you can’t leave a message would you e-mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org? Many thanks Chris Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
26 thoughts on “THEDA BARA II”
hello darkness my old friend… 🙂 (does it work?)
It does indeed – thank you so much!
I don’t think so but will check that out and thank you my dear 😊
Did you accidentally turn comments off for some posts?
Great photo though the girl on the right does not seem too pleased to be in it. 🙂
Cool chick I think 😀
Hello there. At first when I started typing the white box stayed white. Then the text started to appear
Thanks Ruth for letting me know!
A beautiful photo.
Hello kidder how are you? How is life – a bit calmer? Xxxxx hugs to the Huggables
Much calmer! Thank you!
The things you read into an expression! Good shot!
Huwow! (Leaving a comment was easy, but the translator seems to be having a problem.)
Do you walk up and ask permission for a shot like this, or just do it with a 10,000mm lens? You get the BEST intimate photos of anyone I know and have such an eye for the interesting.
Hi BoB BoP – I got talking to the crowd of youngsters just hanging out and then took the photos with their agreement. I do sometimes take shots of people who are unaware – it depends on what I am trying to achieve but I also love to talk and engage with people. Thanks for letting me know you were able to get through even if with some difficulty!
I really admire your sense of engagement with your environment and the people you meet. I sometimes think my photos are from too far away and may be lacking a human component. I am proud of my work and development, but still, I have decided that once the spring comes I am going to start doing more urban type photos and portraiture too. Your work is inspiring me.
Your photos are very good – so interesting but if you want to branch out then I know you will be a success because you have such a wonderful outlook and people will warm to that. You know I wish you luck with the new venture and thank you for your generous words.
And thank you for yours. I now know why visiting Spartan Eye is such an experience… It’s not *just* the photos, but the fact that you have invested so much of yourself and who you are in them! 🙂
Thanks John – it is a way of leaving a footprint in the universe and at least some see mine and some see yours.
Febuary love to you Chris xxx meg
And to you and thank you my lovely xxx
No one mentioned the silent screen star this is titled after.