Entrapped Existences

Posted by Lisergic Synaesthesiae On Thursday, July 22, 2010 33 comments

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33 Responses "Entrapped Existences"

  1. Paula says:

    Love this with all the little similar, yet unique portals. The treatment is just perfect!

  2. Steffe says:

    Wow. Nice job on your part,but the owner of this building has a few things to see to!

  3. excellent

  4. L'Ignoto says:

    Remembers me of St. Petersburg or Moscow.. I like it: love the brown gamma of the colours you used in here. And it fits perfectly with the new blog style!

    ;)

  5. Cla Leal says:

    Wow, another wonderful work... so nice!!!
    Congratulations!

  6. brattcat says:

    just fabulous!

  7. What a challenge. Reminds me of "who has a WHY to live, bears nearly every HOW." More than I'm currently able/allowe to admit, this picture moved me much.

  8. T. Becque says:

    This is tough to say because I truly like so much of your work, but I think perhaps this is my favorite. I'm partial to windows anyway, but then you add your creative techniques and brilliant title and it's just great!

  9. J Bar says:

    Very interesting.
    Sydney - City and Suburbs

  10. Anzu says:

    You show us that individual life starts from various windows.

  11. Anonymous says:

    la facciata che nessuno vede...i climatizzatori della posta....(tutankhamon)

  12. Anonymous says:

    c'è sempre qualcosa dietro...(tutankhamon)

  13. Beautiful!

  14. What a wonderful shot! Just beautiful!

  15. Wow, another wonderful shot... nice

  16. Kaori says:

    Can't help but adore all those random windows! Beautiful photo :-D

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  18. Xbass says:

    wow..this place is really magic, and you always manage to undercover a slice of existence.Finally i found someone who feel this magic atmosphere surrounding our Lenola..A door through the Endless:those pictures strengthen my convinction.Congratulation

  19. Marleen says:

    Such an interesting image and great post processing!

  20. fabulous image. I really like this and it would make a great poster

  21. Martina says:

    yes, it is poster-worth - definitely! Very cool

  22. Q Smith says:

    Very surreal, seems more like a collage about what such a place could look like, be like, verey well done!

  23. donnie says:

    fab fab fab - lots of little prisons and lots of colour escaping

  24. a "wow" sais it all, great

  25. Randy says:

    Great shot. It makes you want to go inside to see what the interior is like.

  26. Espetacular a fotografia, lugar muito interessante, adorei.
    Parabens. :)

  27. wow..amazing pictures!!

    You are amazing with camera!!

    your blog is really beautiful...carry on like this!

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  28. fabrizio says:

    questa è molto bella nell'esaltazione del contrasto

  29. arabesque says:

    so interesting to see that something as usual as windows can come out beautifully. ^0^
    gr8 one!

  30. So beatuiful and sad at the same time. Great photo!!

  31. Ratzfatz says:

    Thats looks very interesting, but I would like to see this in b/w with a strong contraste. That looks very "nice" ...

  32. This is a really superb shot, love the textures and detail!!!

  33. Dóri says:

    I've always tried to make a photo like this, but it never turned out to be this amazing like yours! Everything's in its right place... love it!

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