Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Life for Sale - Hey You!

53 comments:

pharaonx said...

foarte frumoase si interesante suprapunerile astea de planuri.

Mariann Lennert said...

Very nice!!

Joop Zand said...

Really wonderful photowork.

greetings, Joop

Ola said...

you made me think!

Bob Bushell said...

Beautiful work. Pink Floyd is one of my favourites.

Traveling Hawk said...

frumos exercitiu, Daliana!

Wendy @HerBallistic Garden said...

You are definitely an artist...very cool!

Marty said...

you are so creative ! I love this wonderful work ! really fantastic
images !
wish you a nice day and week

Jeanne said...

Love these photos! they are so amazing and creative! Great work!

Luis Gomez said...

Awesome shots!

Al said...

I just listened to that album yesterday, and I'm seeing Roger Waters perform The Wall next year! I love these shots, they're very creative and you got the reflections just right.

Kaya said...

Wind, this is one of my favorite themes Life for Sale.

Yes, this is a theme of waiting for someone or a dream to come true. There is also a lot of urban atmosphere were you can be lost so easy among these tall and indifferent buildings.

Love these photo work tremendously!!! And I am looking forward for more photo works about Life for Sale.

Simply stunning and great!!!

A hug and my warm wishes to you from Kaya.

ladyfi said...

What a wonderful and eye-catching set of photos. Just lovely!

Jaymi said...

wow these are really unique shots! I think the 12th one (5th from the bottom) is my favorite! Thanks for linking up!

Kim, USA said...

Wow awesome photography!

cloudbusting2 said...

First I thought that they were edited with layers but no, they belong together. A fun but slightly gloomy alien atmosphere.

Windsmoke. said...

Bonza photos, can't pick a favourite one this time round :-).

Karina said...

Ce superb... !!!

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Very cool and clever how you have done this series !

Jennifer @ Studio JRU said...

How neat! What a unique and creative series of photos. I love the eyelashes on the mannequins... I have not seen that before! :)

Fram Actual said...

If you were to run only the photographs which include the towering buildings, I would be tempted to suggest you call them the "Tower of Babel" series. The buildings, coupled with the frozen mannequins in the windows, make me think of everyone speaking the same language, thinking the same thoughts, living the same lives.

Again, technically and imaginatively, you have created a great series, Wind. The words "photographic artist" do not go far enough to describe your work. It is superb.

By the way, I prefer the windows which show a man and a woman together. The mannequins, I mean. Somehow, those windows appear to be more natural to me, and it seems preferable to be inside looking out with a companion than by yourself.

Genie said...

This series was certainly a challenging undertaking, but you did it superbly. Awesome presentation. These could all be on exhibit in a photo art shop they are so beautiful. genie

Dungha said...

EXCELENTA SERIE!

ADRIAN said...

I always enjoy these. A very effective effect.

Christiane said...

Fantastic photo work. You're a real artist.

Karina said...

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Mona said...

Interesante suprapuneri! :)

Carol said...

Fantastic photos. Kinda creepy in a surreal way.

Kadia said...

superbe imagini, am avut cateva incercari de genul asta dar nu mi-au iesit niciodata atat de frumoase :) Super!

Verena said...

Very cool photographies!

FiveSibesMom said...

Very creative shots! A whole new type of still life. Love it.
Stopping over from the Wordless Wednesday blog hop & am enjoying your work. I'm now a follower. Stop by and visit us some time for some K9 photograpahy!

Elisa said...

Qué buena idea! Muy creativo!
Saludos
Elisa

Elisa said...

Qué buena idea! Muy creativo!
Saludos
Elisa

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Unfortunately, in some areas, our lives are for sale. I think you've driven this point home very effectively with your photo, Wind. :)

JO said...

oh wow! great photography!

~ Jo's Precious Thoughts ~

Noke said...

Ungewöhnliche Motive in dieser Fotoserie eine gute Idee und klasse Bilder.

Gruß
Noke

rokssana said...

awesome....great...

cypy said...

se vede munca...felicitari

Tina´s PicStory said...

wonderful serie! thanks for linking up to tina´s ww :)

CARMEN said...

absolut fenomenala fotografiile tale!
cel mai mult îmi place a 11-a, nu stiu de ce... figura se contureaza pe cladirea alba, parca ar oesi din zid :)
Happy WW, Daliana draga!

Birgitta - foto CHIP said...

Interesting pictures - shopamania :)

Jodi said...

amazing pictures! love the reflection

tu1074 said...

Minunată idee !Îmi plac mult foografiile !

Sarah said...

Very cool.

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

SO impressive images and great perspective!

you're so creative!

saludos!

Karen Dorcas, Artist said...

very nice "graphics design" effects and layering of images. love the manikins and buildings - perspective and DOF. cool. kareninkenai (TT)

Bitch said...

So perfect as all your series!
Very effective the view of the mannequins...
Together with the music..
It is a fest!!!!
Greetings

Ari said...

Hoo, music and pictures .......................

maia said...

Une très belle série, qui déclenchent en nous des émotions un peu étrange.
Vraiment bien.
Bonne journée

ANRAFERA said...

Que grandes composiciones, todas ellas con tu toque personal e imaginación.
Enhorabuena.
Saludos.
Ramón

Robert Manz said...

lost souls loom over the lost city. wonderful work as always Wind. Robert

Leah H. said...

Those shots are so amazing!

Visiting late for Ruby Tuesday! Hope you can visit me too:)

http://www.loveablecassandra.com/2011/11/watching-tv-with-her-new-red-shoes.html

Roger Gauthier said...

What an extraordinary series! Each one different, yet all with a common spirit... So original, elegant...

This is one part of this art with which I struggle: creating such series, it asks for so much creativity and talent, among other things.

Congratulations, I am simply impressed.

Roger, From Elsewhere