Wednesday, May 28, 2014




Pentax Super ME, Kodak TMax 400, D76 x 11 min., scanned at home without editing

11 comments:

Duckys here said...

Can't get into Flickr?

This one may be worth a laugh

Jen Nifer said...

Ha! Love it...

i can view your photos, but can't log-in unless I open a Yahoo acct...
boo!

Thersites said...

Raindrops? Dewdrops?

Thersites said...

Funny how the mind NEEDS to try and "make sense" out of what it see's. It's impossible to turn off our paranoiac critical vision, that constantly separates "form" from the reflected "colour" of substance/ object and transposes the shapes into information for processing in the "symbolic" medium of mind/neo-cortex.

Thersites said...

We need a more "reliable" A to D (analog to digital) converter! ;_

Jen Nifer said...

Nope, not dewdrops or rain. ;-)
Yes, ambiguity can be frustrating....
But then I find something comforting in such images. Maybe just seeing what "comes through" is better, anyway.

Thersites said...

Ambiguity just leads to repetition! OCD reborn!

Thersites said...

Now what's it of? ;)

Jen Nifer said...

Do you really want to know? :-)

Thersites said...

No, not really. ;p

Thersites said...

...every artist should hold onto a few secrets.