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beloved tristesse. by angelcurls beloved tristesse. by angelcurls
nobody
needs
to
be
loud
to
scream.

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the words written above are no concept. just some thoughts i had now. i'm kinda shocked about the first comment though...

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one of my all time favourites. done on maco ort 25 film. printed on forte baryt paper.
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beloved tristesse by `angelcurls
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Dont think, feel! ( Featured by hesitation )
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L-u-t-h-e-r Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2006   Photographer
lonely tree i like it =)
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capa105 Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2005
i think this is lovely :clap:
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thoughtair Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2004
have to love this one. and i liked those words....yeah, one has to feel it...:)
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rksprst Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2004
Imagine a person inside, screaming yet nobody can hear him. Maybe not physically screaming, just screaming in one's mind.
He is looking outside, wandering, wanting, yet he cant go outside. It is forbidden.
Everything is so nice and orderly, yet it seems like there is more chaos outside the building. Like the inside is the only sane place left, and the people themselves are going insane.

Can't really describe it but the feeling and what I imagine is very poweful.
AMAZING!
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ice-man-ak Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2004
Dude, your description is what this picture says! When it first popped up on my screen I was like "YOU GO TREE!"
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vitamano Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2004
It's amazing that there's such a stark contrast between the tree & the sterile looking building. This photo really caught my attention while browsing your fantastic gallery (you are a gifted photographer) because the composition is so simple & clean. It's incredible how one thing like that tree can bring a sense of life into to a dead environment. I also agree that B&W was the perfect choice but then again I think B&W photography is your forte. :+fav:
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artbrut Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2004   Photographer
"La tristesse durera..."
very nice...
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massimo78 Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2004   Photographer
Very good clean work! too much professional... :)
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Tenebra Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2004
One only needs to be different... :)
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sad2891 Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2004
very interesting , minimal, i like
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