A contribution for Cee’s Black & White Challenge – this would be my pick this week.
“Music is your own experience, your thoughts, your wisdom. If you don’t live it, it won’t come out of your horn.” Charlie Parker
As I go through my pictures of miniature scenes, I find one commen denominator: urban environments. I obviously find myself drawn to urban settings, to the world of alleys, bars, theaters, and public transportatiou. Here’s a retrospective celebrating the city and its lights (and shadows) in H0 scale.
While the vehicles and figures (and the phone booth) come from the toy store, the buildings are custom made, mostly from scratch.
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.
Some Parties Are Worth It
As the last part of the “Thieves” strips will take some more time to be completed, here’s an interim picture. It was voted picture of the month at the toy photographers MeWe-channel. What a pleasant surprise!
Something Ain’t Right
Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #157: Getting Away. My take on the theme suggested by Rusha and Bert.
Die schöne Harfnerin (La belle harpiste – Hommage à Max Ernst)
A contribution for Paula’s Pick A Word in June: Reflecting.