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04-NOV-2005 Ana Carloto

Late hour


Kodak DX7630
1/2s f/4.8 at 24.0mm iso100 full exif

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Guest 09-Mar-2006 20:48
So beautiful - Old mood treated in a modern fashion. Love the tilted background.
Sam_C08-Dec-2005 03:47
Superb treatment, with this dark, and moody portrait. Well done Ana!
Chris08-Dec-2005 02:05
I see the 'long talk' that leaves both with nothing resolved and nothing left to say
Phil Douglis07-Dec-2005 19:41
I agree with the others about the "old master" look here -- it is as if we are looking back into time at her. You make us work, as usual, to pierce the darkness of this image, but once we enter it, it becomes indelible. (The only jarring note for me is the disoriented background -- the tilt does not go with the time. You will enhance the expression of your images by using tilted frames only when such disorientation helps tell the story you are trying to tell.) Wonderful image, Ana.
Guest 07-Dec-2005 18:43
Even with my eyes closed I could taste your prescence.Hidden in a dreamy veil parted by a failing fading glimmer draped from our window's shadow.My breath brimming with yearning to draw you away from the wrapped moth shadows.To inhale you,perfume and all.Closer.Your sweet aroma an irresistable opiate of dark silken midnight chocolate.Tingling my lips with electricity as if kissed by Nirvana.My perspiring eagerness firing every nerve out of control.Unable to wait for your honey to melt slow ecstacy within an embrace of dove whisper coos and feathery sighs.
Marek Kacprzak07-Dec-2005 16:12
very dreamy, classic & sensual
Guest 07-Dec-2005 14:41
Yes, an oil painting, it's really beautiful in it's darkness.
Rene Hales07-Dec-2005 13:41
The mood draws me in and I imagine what thoughts are rambling around at the "late hour". As Robin Mitchell recently commented on an image, this is one of those were we each bring our OWN story to the image. WELL DONE!--Rene
Kal Khogali07-Dec-2005 13:00
Adal says it. It's ethereal and classic in pose and light. K
Sean Blumenhein07-Dec-2005 11:25
Very nice, dark yet still sensual!
Adalberto Tiburzi07-Dec-2005 10:53
An oil painting from '800...
Well done.
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