Permeate August 10, 2012 | drawandshoot All images © Karen McRae Share this:SharePinterestEmailTumblrFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Stunning photos Karen!!! Wow – great captures!!! 🙂 **
Thank you, Xandre. 🙂
I’m glad you think so, thank you.
Karen: you’re Genius!
I agree with marina 🙂
Antonio, you are very kind! Thanks very much for your comment. 🙂
Ah, if only we could all learn the language this way! “Permeate”: exactly! Only problem if we were to be taught words by your artistic images is that most of us would probably choose them to words! Hope I don’t sound complicated!
Marina, thank you! That’s a very nice thing to say, much appreciated. 🙂
Wow, some powerful images there Karen..
Permeate – my sort of word – and my sort of images !!
Thank you, Chris.
Unsettling beauty. Fabulous.
WOW! These are stunning! I love how abstract most of them are. Chillingly beautiful 🙂 Great work as always, Karen! I have missed viewing your work, while I’ve been away from the blogging world. Glad to see you are still at it 🙂
Hi Polly, thank you very much.
I hope your summer is going wonderfully! 🙂
Wow! I particularly like the first image. And I’m quite intrigued by the last one 🙂
Thank you, Mufidah. Intrigue is good! 😉
Beautiful captures of abstract life…wonderful, Karen.
I’m glad you think so, Scott. Much thanks!
Those roots are amazing. I like the bird one also. He looks restful.
Thanks, Trish. I thought the bird looked restful also.
Beautiful imagery, again!!
So wonderful, again. I admire your work, Karen. You have got magic.
Bente, sincere thanks for that comment! 🙂
It’s like movement in stillness. Really nice.
Thanks very much, James.
incredible. thank you
Thank you for your comment and the reblog! 🙂
Reblogged this on Gypsy Wall and commented:
As well as being great, tender images, the sequence you’ve put them in is note perfect. Beautiful.
Richard, I’m glad you think so. I spend a good deal of time playing with relation and sequence of images. I appreciate that you notice. Thank you.
Gorgeous, Karen. Really love the old trunk with the roots splayed out like feet. K
Thanks, Kathleen. The “feet” of the roots made me think of the birds feet…
Wonderful creativity Karen. I enjoyed these. New perspectives and way of seeing things 🙂
Thanks very much, Marina. It’s good to hear you think this is a bit different. I hope to keep my work fresh! 🙂
Wonderful detail, Karen.
Much thanks, Simon.
Edgy even though they are soft… takes talent which you have by the bucket load!
Helen, such a kind thing to say! Aww, I’m touched. 🙂
Fascinating patterns, and they look amazing in B&W! 🙂
Hi Nandini! Thank you, hope you are having a nice summer!
When we encounter those kind of images, we just trapped in a deep thought.
But not seeking the name of the objects or guess of photographer’s intention,
—— much deeper, the chasm in our own subconsciousness.
Which, we call spirituality.
Yoshizen, a beautiful response. Thank you.
I like the first Roots image, fingers reaching into water.
Thanks very much, Jim.
Moving work like portraying liquid transition.
Thank you, Chris. I like your description!
Wow, they remind me of The Lord of the Rings and fantasy lands…
Oh, cool! 🙂
I like that.
gorgeous! I love the dark, almost spooky vibe these have.
Much appreciated, thank you.
As always, images to get lost in. Beautiful. 😉
Cynthia, thank you. I’m glad you think that. 🙂
Wow! Such dreamy shots. Love how you balance softness with some excellent details.
Thank you very much, Inga!
These are just stunning Karen! Congrats
I’m glad you think so, Marija. Thank you, I appreciate it.
Thank you, Nareen!
I have great respect for the Black and White photographer.
I appreciate your comment, thank you.
Love the two root shots, Karen! They’re like fingers digging into the water and the sand, very sensual. Very nice monochrome treatment.
Hi Krikitarts, thanks very much.