Self Obliteration Trails

Posted by Lisergic Synaesthesiae On Friday, July 16, 2010 19 comments

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19 Responses "Self Obliteration Trails"

  1. paige says:

    I love the lighting in this photo. It makes you wonder how long the bike has been there and will it leave soon.

  2. donnie says:

    beautifully imaginative - toned with tension and mystery

  3. Cla Leal says:

    Wonderful image! Looks like a dream or a film scene... love it!!

  4. ss says:

    Nice light.

  5. What an alluring challenge, to shrink life to a few items that reflect oneself. Please have you all a nice start into the weekend.

    daily athens

  6. T. Becque says:

    Very cool image! The colors are fantastic and help to make each item stand out on it's own.

  7. Paula says:

    The jacket on the wall is a personal element that makes this already interesting composition exceptional. Beautifully done!

  8. brattcat says:

    Outstanding contemporary still-life.

  9. Birdman says:

    I like these recent images. Church shot is stunning.

  10. Dindin MK says:

    you have your own on your picture...
    every picture tells that "Hey, it's lenola's work!"

  11. Beautiful lighting and composition.

  12. Kaori says:

    What a gorgeous photo. I really love the way you take them :D

  13. Dave says:

    i love how you framed this, very cool photo.

  14. Jacob says:

    Excellent work of art. At first I thought it was an outside wall, but with the coat I'm thinking this must be an inside wall of an older brick building. Great job setting it up and getting the right light.

  15. Irene says:

    Gorgeous! Love the composition and the colors!

  16. JM says:

    Awesome composition! The colour palette is amazing as usual!

  17. Muito lindo o lugar e a foto...
    Parabens! :)

  18. thanks everyone!
    Sadly this is the last of this 'trails series'...
    maybe, in the next months, I will return in this place finding new emanations.
    Who knows?

    Peace & Freedom


  19. hello!! wonderful works!! i like gradient tones you use!!

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