Sunday, August 8, 2010

captives

in cobwebs and clay

16 comments:

Malyss said...

They're only waiting for the night to wake up....

cieldequimper said...

Unless they are waiting for their friends upstairs in the room...

VP said...

A sad title for a colorful composition. But you are right,there is some sadness around.

Birdman said...

You're spinning quite a web here. I'm caught!

Cezar and Léia said...

Beautiful picture, I believe in fairy and dwarfs! ;)
Amazing art photography, congratulations!
Léia

Sharon Creech said...

But if a child came along, the cobwebs would be brushed away, the faces touched, and the fairies freed.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I like these figures much better than yesterday's.

I think that if you add a child's imagination, your photos from yesterday and today could lead to the ingredients for a movie.

Jacob said...

I think these poor lasses are victims of the Stockholm effect and have grown to so identify with their captors they don't know they are unhappy and unfree.

Or perhaps they're just biding their time, waiting for the right moment to ... bam!

Sharon said...

An interesting group of statues that appear to be in someone's yard. You will have to fill us in on the mystery.

Virginia said...

BUT....free spirits nontheless! :)
V

Magpie said...

You always match your words beautifully to your photos.
Great job!

Randy said...

Wow even Charlotte would have liked that web. Nice shot!

Bob Crowe said...

And, for just those reasons, a little creepy.

Small City Scenes said...

They are lovely cobwebs and all. I have several faeries in my gardens. Love 'em. MB

Serge Cornillet said...

Une photo enchantée!!!

JM said...

Are the cobwebs real? They add so much to the atmosphere of this image. Lovely!