April in Paris
The picture above, named after a song by Vernon Duke, is part of my Jazz series. I asked myself if the situation was too surreal, but then I saw the Lens Artists’ challenge, which is Surrealism. And I decided this amount of surrealism was all right. After all, the fun of working with toys is that you can push everything towards Surrealism as much as you like.Continue reading “April in Paris”
Music by Duke Ellington. This is the first in a series of Jazz pictures I have not yet quite finished. It is also an entry for Paula’s “Pick A Word in July” in which I have not participated in ages: Here’s a window.
A contribution to the lens-artists’ photo challenge Seeing Double.
Sand and Sea
Gamora & Dr. Strange
Dr. Quinzel & Mr. Lawton
Out Of Nowhere
“Think You Can Kiss Me?”
#tp_iamfeeling a little rumba would be nice.
Lost (but not entirely hopeless)
Sneak & Swipe
Dark Mirror III
Dark Mirror II
Dark Mirror I
“This above all: to thine own self be true.” – William Shakespeare