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Adieu, Key West

Posted by
Viewfinder (Bradenton, FL, United States) on 12 May 2008 in Art & Design and Portfolio.

As Key West: The Series comes to an end for now, here's an unchanging expression found near a swimming pool, which I call my "Blockhead" portrait. This last KW image is a segue into a new, short non-Key West but still Florida-based series starting tomorrow, which I am calling "Found Faces." Tune in...

NIKON D80 1/125 second F/5.6 ISO 800 300 mm

Saeed from Tehran, Iran

nice

12 May 2008 6:19am

Saeed from ahwaz, Iran

wow! great! I like to see the whole of it!

12 May 2008 7:30am

MaryB from Staffordshire, United Kingdom

Wow! very impressive, I love the combo of the soft lush leaves in the forground and the hard stone of the sculpture. Looking forward to your new series VF, this one has been brilliant.

12 May 2008 9:45am

Alun Lambert from cheshire, United Kingdom

cool shot

12 May 2008 4:52pm

MJ from Delaware, United States

great capture am looking forward to seeing the series.

12 May 2008 4:54pm

Lorraine from Canada

outstanding and perfect

12 May 2008 4:57pm

Steven from Chicagoland, United States

Nice close-up and textures, complemented by "shimmering" greens.

12 May 2008 5:53pm

Ken McCoy from Orlando-Daytona Beach, FL, United States

This looks like one of those Olmec heads. The foliage frames it perfectly!

12 May 2008 8:48pm

bronzebilly u.k. from Barry,Vale of Glamorgan, United Kingdom

Hey V.F...shame this series has ended ,pal it's been a beauty,sir...and an impressive image to end with..
The forthcoming series sounds interesting ,so I'll sure be tuning in ,buddy..
Billywelshconnection...

12 May 2008 11:12pm

Craig from Vacaville, California, United States

Cool face! Well done!

13 May 2008 12:19am

drphoto from Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

The new series sounds interesting. I'm starting a 'found' series soon too! This face is quite scary framed so tight likr this; I feel claustraphobic. Good shot but it could do with some sharpening.

Dan

13 May 2008 1:00am

@drphoto: Good. I'm glad this face evoked such a feeling in you; that was my purpose in shooting it this way. I wanted a certain tight "feel" to it. Your comment confirms it succeeded.

amy from Rocky Mountain House, Canada

Cool shot, VF!! Love how this face fills that frame with the leaves adding a touch of softness to the hardness of the stone.

13 May 2008 1:36am

Jen from Alpharetta, United States

A little creepy with those eyes, but very cool!
Can't wait for the new series!

13 May 2008 1:48am

Dylan from Delhi, United States

Looks like a neat sculpture.

13 May 2008 3:11am

NIKON D80
1/125 second
F/5.6
ISO 800
300 mm

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