déjà vu January 24, 2015January 24, 2015 | drawandshoot Self portraits with light and shadow, held together with fragments of landscape. © Karen McRae, 2015 Share this:SharePinterestEmailTumblrFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
29 thoughts on “déjà vu”
Yay! Thank you, Johnny.
Intriguing, Karen. The first image reminds me of a Noir novel.
I just switched the images around so it is now the second image – I see what you mean, Jane. It does have a sense of that, I think. I didn’t really notice until you pointed it out though. thank you.
Yay for self-portraits. Love that you are marrying the human and natural worlds.
M m m, fascinating. I like them !
So very cool…
I love the mystery of these – the half defined shapes in the first one, with the light like a comet or shooting star … a novelist or poet could be led into wonderful places!
Beautifully mysterious ;O)
you paint with your camera
beautiful atmosphere and colouring, like hidden mother of perl 😉 ! (not so hidden 🙂 )
Very deep and mysterious Karen. Fascinating images!
Interesting and fascinating work this time, Karen. Looks very nice!
Oh, these are deeply striking. Sound paradoxical, but they are the best words I can conjure-except for beautiful.
I love these Karen – so dark and enticing!
wee bit creepy, intriguing and amazing,…very well done .
Strangely visceral for what seem quite distanced images – they create a fascinating tension. I think they’re really great. (And I love the colour)
So beautiful, I really love them.
A mysterious light at a turning point in somebody’s life. So much happening here, utterly beguiling.
Excellent composition. Beautifully rendered atmosphere.
I’m so glad you’ve been posting more self portraits, Karen. They’re just as fadcinating and beautiful as your nature work.
These are really beautiful!
Oh, I’m so happy to see more of your self-portraits, Karen! Mysterious, poetic and so original. Thanks!
extremely interesting images here, well crafted work! I like them.