Posthumous challenge entry. :)
Taken in Las Vegas.
She's actually a mannequin.
Member Kali 02/06/2009 05:20:19 PM
I like to think of it as where she is and where she'd rather be...
Member ubique 02/04/2009 04:49:12 PM
The suggestion of surveillance is interesting. She'd make a patient watcher, if not an effective one.
Member chromeydome 02/03/2009 10:02:56 PM
This works for me. It has a sense of place, context, intent.
Member undieyatch 02/03/2009 09:53:22 AM
a figure emerging yet enclosed behind doors, peering at some unknown, hidden by a reflected complex urban street.
Member Bear_Music 02/02/2009 12:53:05 PM
Very interesting the way the reflected half *glows*, whilst the straight half renders out crisp. IN the end, for me, the chaos of the image seems directionless, and isn't quite working for me. I know that's an absurd statement, in the sense that one might legitimately respond "How can chaos have *direction*?", but I actually do find that in the best chaos shots there seems to be an almost subliminal sense that the chaos is *necessary*, that it's intentional and integral in some powerful way, but with this image the whole effect seems arbitrary.
Member LydiaToo 02/01/2009 09:05:55 PM
I like it that it's so disjointed. There's so much here to look at and imagine.
Member Les_Feck 01/31/2009 11:06:55 PM
Good tones, but chaotic without reason.
Member digifotojo 01/31/2009 11:03:05 PM
I assume they meant Disguised. Which makes me ponder.. is she going ice skating or shopping to a masquerade ball.. or none of the above. Maybe it doesn't matter.
Member posthumous 01/31/2009 09:43:22 PM
Nice reflectional mash-up. might be more intriguing if the two worlds blended a bit more? in some way?
Member BAMartin 01/31/2009 04:44:59 PM
I love love love this image. There is a lot going on without feeling claustrophobic or too busy. Black and white was a great choice for this as I am sure the color version would be too overwhelming.