I had seen this photo randomly 4 years ago on DA (when i was 14 years old ) and never forgot it ... I lost it though , i had no idea it was yours , and i found it again today . I needed to say thank you ! It inspired me a lot to start photography . I'm studying photography and audiovisual arts now ... So THANK YOU !
death isnt the only escape there is god........he can help he helped me when i was struggling to the point where i wanted to die but i knew death wasnt my escape and god will help me move on. whenever ur upset pray and god will help u.
Congratulations! Our Italian Art-zine CAA (Chiamata alle Arti - Call to the Arts), whose next theme is “DEATH”, has noticed your work. We would like to submit it for evaluation by our editorial staff. You can take a look at CAA past issues here: [link] The deadline for this theme is 15th May 2010. If you would like to participate in this issue you can send your work to: email@example.com Please provide the following information: Name and/or nickname. E-mail address. Homepage. Nationality. your consent for use of your work in the CAA Art-zine and in any advertising material for the Art-zine itself.
You can also provide a brief description, comment or quote to accompany your work.
We accept the following file formats: JPG, GIF and PNG or TIF, TGA, EPS, BMP, WMF, EMF - archived as ZIP or RAR (max 6 Mb). The longest side must be at least 1800 pixels.
IMPORTANT!* Our Art-zine is a non-profit publication. Should your work not be selected, CAA undertakes to remove it from its archives and not use it in any way, in respect to the author and his/her copyright on the image. Thank you!
This image is so strong... I can't remember when I last saw something equally strong and yet simple, almost nonchalant. You made a great capture. Do you shoot on film? Cause I saw the picture of your fridge on your profile and it looked so yummy
Hm I actually looked at it as "Is Death The Only Escape?" I like how you can actually take it both ways. Ok, well it may not have been meant that way but you can look at it like that... ..... if that makes sense....
I recognised Dublin Bus instantly there from the thumbnail, how sad is that, that's how much I'm (waiting) on it. Fantastic shot right here though, really captures the misery that is commuting lol. Love the condensation and his expression.