Someone is a lucky photographer, one of my favorites from browsing and commenting for about a year. Lovely work.
hehe not bad :/
i love it-what's our facination with gas masks?
I would like to hear your explanation of this visual symbolism ?
there is this 'enhanced' in oils in Overbeck's 4 Horsemen on my site
part of it can be seen in his painting on my site called Anus Hack - he's re-painted the heads: now that's what I call inspirational influence [if you have a name I'll write it in any future catalogue tho' he tends NOT to let originals go]
the painter Jim Overbeck used & transfigured/changed your image here in one of his painters - meant as a fine compliment [I'll find out which, altho I remember this print near his easel on a visit]: get back to you
Frame it !!!
This is by far my favorite. I absolutely adore this piece.
Eerily mystifying. I'm drawn to images depicting men, women, and children wearing WWI/WWII gas masks it is an element that adds a definite darkness. Your photo does a magnificent job creating that feeling not to mention the untold story of these. Are they siblings? Lone survivors brought together by the desire to fight to survive? For what purpose are they wearing the masks...from what poison (real or imagined) are they seeking protection? Or are they as innocent as they might look? What evil lurks behind their tranquil pose and behind those omnious masks? (All rhetorical, of course)
Excellent lighting....I Like This One!