beautiful!!will make a great cover for some of Cortazar´s stories!
Very good, I like the Baconian deformation looks great. Raluca surprised me, thanks to name, to the great Cortazar, (you know he was Argentinian)
This is really fascinating!
@Raluca: I have to admit I have not read any of Cortazar's books. Did you mean Bestiario? I found a short summary on internet , it looks as a very bizarre book. I add it to my wish list of books to be (ever) read...@who whispers in the dark...I am glad you like it. It is more likely to be a Tikography deformation, but Bacon sounds better :)@Nelleke: Thank you !
Oh my, this is just my cup of tea-- cave painting allusions, hidden images, gorgeous textures, mysterious, beautiful & strong!
Thank you all.I am glad that it probably does something with the visitors ...
Super! I keep wondering how you did this.
Thanks L. Yes, sometimes we do not know where some things come, that surprise us, or take us unawares. I have taken the issue, surrender, as one of the possibilities that exist when one is faced with a situción, call it X, you know, black or white, yes or no, win or lose, mourn and laugh, and I could continue an extensive list. Well, thank you very much for coming to my IF and leave your comments, which I appreciate.
This is beautiful, so textural and fossily.
I could spend an entire afternoon looking at this...
precisely Bestiario:when I saw your intriguing work I could have bet you made it under the influence of ''Letter to a young lady in Paris'';read this story and you´ll see what I mean;and btw I´m sure you´ll love Cortazar:)@Elquesusura:what is actually so surprising?:))Cortazar is well known and very appreciated in Europe(as well):)groeten uit DK
It is not secrecy I do appreciate all your generous comments. (as all bloggers do) Thank you.@Rene: It is the same technique as my other stuff (for example Dust)@Raluca: Yes, now I understand what you mean... "I have never described this to you before, not so much, I don’t think, from lack of truthfulness as that, just naturally, one is not going to explain to people at large that from time to time one vomits up a small rabbit...."(Letter to a Young Lady in Paris, Julio Cortázar) I really did not know it until your comment!! Tak!! Hilsen fra Holland
@Richard : Do you mean really ALL entire afternoon? That's great! :D@Heidi: Thanks!@R: I agree. BTW, your header looks very spooky now! Slow transformation to ....?
I love your style, that is friggin' AWESOME
you're blowing my mind...
Am I really? That was the intention.....Thanks.