Little House on the Prairie?Roxy
Hmm...I don't have a great title...but it gives me a prison vibe, what with the chain link and that tower.Playtime in Prison?Sliding towards twenty to life?LOL, I'll keep working on it......
Hi Roxy! I'm still giggling about that.Karen,lol. I look forward to others.I just received this one: "What Are We Teaching Our Children?"? ~Thanks KEK
You are right! True art is the absence of exactness. One cannot call himself/herself an artist if he/she is creating and producing material that is aimed at pleasing others!True art is the real expression of one's spirit! :)You know....this particular photo makes me feel quite gloomy...were you feeling that when you took it?
Oh for a title I would entitle it "Absence" because there is such an absence represented in this photo...an absence of joy.
The pic looks HDR-ish to me...
C,It was somewhere between absence of joy and anger. I spotted the tower from the highway and had to see what it was about. It is a private school in Dallas. I was stunned to see people drop their children off and watch them be lined up and stuck behind razor wire. I can think of no paycheck that would be important enough to leave my child in such a place. I was even more offended when I encountered a teacher and a jack-booted thug who represented the school. The photo actually doesn't communicate how locked down it is. :(Ironically, there is a mural behind razor wire that says something along the lines of, "Education Will Free You".Ihsan Khairir,Thanks. It actually isn't. I did mess with the hues and saturation a bit. I would tell you more, but the work I did on the picture is over a year old.
I'd call it ... "Slide to Freedom"Great shot!
One of your best photos.