The Last Picture Show

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© Bailey Cooper
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What am I doing apologizin' to you? Why am I always apologizin' to you, ya little bastard? Three months I been apologizing to you, without you even bein' here. I haven't done anything wrong - why can't I quit apologizin'? You're the one oughta be sorry. I wouldn't still be in my bathrobe if it hadn't been for you.

~ The Last Picture Show ~

I see Bogdanovich and the movie in this image.

7 responses

  • Davide Simone

    Davide Simone (Deleted) gave props (23 Jul 2012):


  • Iztok Urh

    Iztok Urh gave props (24 Jul 2012):

    Beautiful photo!

  • Brendan Kelly

    Brendan Kelly (Deleted) gave props (24 Jul 2012):

    Great job, simply awesome!

  • Yaz Hawkins

    Yaz Hawkins said (24 Jul 2012):

    Great pic, Bailey!

  • Steven Smons

    Steven Smons gave props (27 Jul 2012):

    I don't understand what the discription has to do with the photo! Good photoshopping!

  • Bailey Cooper

    Bailey Cooper   said (29 Jul 2012):

    Thank you so much for the tasty feedback. So greatly appreciated.

  • Bailey Cooper

    Bailey Cooper   said (29 Jul 2012):

    Steve ~ The description is a quote from the 1971 movie, 'The Last Picture Show'. If you've never seen it, it is certainly worth your nickel. It is shot in an economically and socially bankrupt town in West Texas (barren and covered in decay and dust). The post-processing created a look that brought the movie to mind. I am really glad you posted this comment. It is an object lesson in writing more 'universal' blurbs. However, I'm not sure that's possible because we are all unique. What I see, feel, hear, taste will be radically different from what you see, feel, hear, taste regardless of sensory input type. Again, thanks.

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