Thursday, October 20, 2011

Felicity and Anna

As we were chatting about my temporary studio—the potting shed at the Garrison Institute that was probably once a carriage house, I looked towards the place where I wanted my subjects to stand. A toad sat there. We stared at him for half a minute and he then lazily hopped on to the bricks and disappeared under one. He did not reappear so we got on with the photography.


  1. I like this one very much. The same complimentary head and expression harmony that made those two in 'Massage Therapy' so endearing works just as well here too. The way the daughter is nestled in her mothers arms against her lap as well, pictures a sense of togetherness I simply can't imagine described adequately merely in words. Against the harsh austerity of the bricks and gray wall (creepy dark shadow on the right notwithstanding), these two absolutely shine. Really nice.

  2. I think it looks like a painting with Felicity and Anna superimposed in the middle. Love the layered leg, arm and arm.


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