GeoffM wrote:That's looking good, I like your thinking and concept of using found items to add another dimension, but I think with this particular image it may work better without inclusion of the suit case.
Top marks for thinking outside the box.
Busiboy wrote:Maybe these work better as a set than stand alone?
Nice imagery and with the items in both it makes a point.
Eden wrote:I like the shots and theme John
W G wrote:They are both wonderful. The port looks a tad like an ad but the sofa transcends the obvious and links to all sorts of imaginings.
Doug wrote:I like these a lot.
The luggage in the first one looks like it is waiting for a lift to go on a journey.
It could be just a bit too landscapee (new word) in that the first thought is its a landscape and why is there a case in it.
This could add to its appeal for those who find something in the luggage being there, or not so much for those who like it as a landscape.
My thought is the sun is one element too many and without it the attention shifts more to the case, but without loosing the juxtaposition of the setting.
Just a thought, it still works for me as is.
It is funny how an inanimate object takes on a personality in a different setting, the easy chair in the second one looks lost in thought and if I got closer it would notice me.
Neither would work as well without the atmospheric lighting.
I think you are on to something to explore as a further series.
Keep it up.
Plays with Light wrote:I can easily see this becoming an ongoing series, as things come and go from here.
W G wrote:Sounds like a quite remarkable motif to pursue. I'll be hanging for the next instalment.
Keep at it,
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