Audrey, Tina, Marilyn, Diana, Suzy and Vivienne Greyed Out – wilson tichelaar
Greyout is a word I read today and I didn’t know it.
I looked it up.
Grey Out – On Wikipedia
I followed the recipe – the dimming of light and color – on the image of the dahlias above.
! Turning it into an image that could be part of a collection of Japanese prints, early work from the Museum Of Tokyo. Read the post on these wonderful images here.
An original Japanese print
-> Oh no, nowhere near, inspired by would be a more accurate label.
PAGES 24072020 | It’s Dahlia Time again – wilson tichelaar
It’s Dahlia Time again, making my day 🙂
Dahlia flower opening over a period of four days
Filmed by Neil Bromhall for http://www.rightplants4me.co.uk
The view across the canal years ago. From the city’s archives – Stadsarchief Amsterdam
Looking at my latest post – the view across the canal from my room on the top floor – I wondered about the barracks that once stood there when it was home to a cavalerie division.
I went to The Amsterdam Archives online.
I live in one of the houses along the canal. The triangular
tympanum is still there, right across, behind the new apartment blocks.
Brilliant hair by Jessica Spence
There’s no black excuse, I would just like to see more of this.
It’s here, on Collosal today.
It reminded me of the girl I photographed earlier, when I was training to be become an art teacher in primary school. The portrait is about the selfmade collar, but I cropped it :
Hair telling a story – In the local primary school, last year – wilson tichelaar
Intuitive Design | The Grid by Marie Waallicht
I love the work of Marie Waallicht, the randomness in linking images, it makes me think.
While driving in Belgium yesterday, I heard this song on the car radio. It’s a soulful mellow track, from – what I understand – a father-to-be-rapper in awe with the creation of life: We are circles in time, we keep on doing what we do… (lyrics here)
Cirkels by Yong Yello, nice video too 🙂