Your photos never cease to amaze and intrigue - not to mention the fact that they inspire my imagination....I wanted to wholeheartedly thank you for your fantastic comment on my recent blog post. I'm overwhelmed.
Both the barn and the woods lend themselves effortlessly to lust, light and dark-hearted fantasy. I am most content on my adventures and fortunate to have such a generous palette at my doorstep.Your kind words are gratifying. Thank you.I was moved by your Echoes of Distant Summers and Self-portrait posts, and the striking portrait your friend captured. The words you shared are all there, in your portrait.You might be interested in a couple of my previous posts: Father Knows Shit and Home for the Holidays.
Your "dark-hearted fantasy" is extremely inspiring. I will check out the other posts.
With reality often so disappointing, I'm thankful we have the ability to imagine.
Beautiful pair of striking, well composed images! Setting is well chosen, full of mystery and intigue...things hidden in shadow...but of course with the esquisitely posed form at the center, tantalizingly revealed. The second image provides wonderful detail for this erotic pairing. Very well seen images!I really like what Jon said about "light, lust and dark-hearted fantasy"...good description for your work...and it also provides me with words that I think describe what I seek in my work!
A good mix of fantasy makes it interesting, I think, and it looks to me like 'that fellow' in the pictures is open to a wide range.Thank you, Luke.