Kiss Kiss ..Play

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© Michele Randell
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Thank you dear Sonia for the spotlight xo

7 responses

  • Sonia Adam Murray

    Sonia Adam Murray   gave props (4 Feb 2012):

    Wonderful!

  • James Wiley

    James Wiley   gave props (4 Feb 2012):

    Kiss Kiss...Play...Scored! A winner!

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (5 Feb 2012):

    Lip smacking good!

  • Jason Platt

    Jason Platt   gave props (5 Feb 2012):

    always love your selfys Michele!

  • Alwyn Scott Turner

    Alwyn Scott Turner said (6 Feb 2012):

    The primary element and substance of excellent photographs is the personal vision of the author revealed through an original point of view framed through the lens of the camera - aside from the inside story of the photographic content - it is the author's own depth of personality and viewpoint that makes an image most interesting - those multiple choices create the intellectual and emotional atmosphere of our imagination, either from an artistic, aesthetic or historical perspective - at best, it is the substantial statement of the document that reveals the author's own state of consciousness - the way that each musician plays music notation to their own unique harmonic and rhythmic sense of the dance.
    Self-images are even more interesting in revealing how the author perceives conscious self-identity - how we see ourselves is essential in our objective perspective of reality...an expression of understanding the vitality and creativity for the joy of life.
    This documentary self-portrait is dynamic - eagerness in personality to capture the fleeting realism focused on the creative moment when all the elements merge, and follow the impulse to explore the depth of our experiences.. to find the source and strength of our character...we all have this urgency in common, and the photographic image is an historical document - both in story of substance and as a record of the author's identity and life...that during our brief period of time, we have become something of historical value worthy of consideration in the scheme of things. In other words - your self-image is very courageous.
    In essence...a passion for life...Michele. Thank you.

  • ! Mario Scattoloni ¡

    ! Mario Scattoloni ¡ gave props (24 Jan 2013):

    play play KISS Alwyn´s statement

  • Marcus Hammerschmitt

    Marcus Hammerschmitt   gave props (2 Sep 2013):

    Cool.

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