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Exquisitely abstractive and mysterious. Great tones and framing. I want a print! 🙂
Thank you so much, Godfrey. I don’t make prints at this time but I would be more than happy to provide you with full sized images so that you can make them. I think this and yesterday’s shot would make a nice pair. I just need an email address. We’re going to be hanging a bunch of my stuff up in our place in the coming weeks and I’m sure I’m going to end up with some empty space and will need to make and have framed some prints and I want to do a lot of my B&Ws. I have enough color stuff framed and ready to go. Anyway. Thank you again so much. Prints and providing them to anyone is a terrible weak spot in my photography efforts.
I agree: the two photos work beautifully together, although some creativity in presentation will be needed since they mix oblong and square aesthetics. They stand alone well enough too. 🙂
I’d be delighted to make prints from full-rez image files. Output them as JPEG with minimum compression and put on DropBox or send to my email: godfreydigiorgi at me dot com. Thank you!
Okay, will send them later and please, when you get them up send me an iPhone shot of them. Love to see that. And thank you so much, as always, Godfrey!