Friday, September 4, 2009

Alice and the little key

This one doesn't seem to need a caption so much - more words tomorrow.

16 comments:

Caio Fernandes said...

every thing on this photography is so wonder full and poetic ...
beautifull honey !!

subtorp77 said...

Heh, heh, I was just going through one of Alice editions for reference...and you are correct...no caption needed...wonderful set-up :)

rlbourges said...

Gorgeous

(and such beautiful tea tins too!)

aleph said...

the setting is wonderful and that Alice is really passing from a world to another, there´s so much mystery in the image, though yet everyting is so understandable!

mum said...

funny - I just realized you have Alice with a little key over here and I was talking about the movie Key Largo on one of my blogs. I wrote that before seeing your blog. Amusing though, given the Ariel/Caliban riff we did the other day.

Jasmine said...

Oh I like this. The movement reminds me of Captain Caveman, fond childhood memories all round :)

Coffee Messiah said...

Your levitation skills are most excellent ; )

Titus said...

I really like the colours here and the actual holding of the key. The points of intersection between figure and background are quite breathtaking sometimes.

Debbie Egizio said...

Oh, I love this!!! Alice is magical! Alice can do anything and it's wonderful!

Totalfeckineejit said...

Great Pic,love the background(are they your things-so interesting)and the real key in the hand.

Jocelyn said...

Alice has been busy since I last stopped by...but always, she has that resolute look, certain that it is all about HER!

California Girl said...

i think this is my favorite so far (don't tell my husband)

Amy C said...

I love where you took Alice, this series is awesome

mouse (aka kimy) said...

it is such a burden to have to deal with words at times.....

ArtPropelled said...

Lovely still life taken to another level by Alice.

Isabel said...

Looking at this composition reminded me of how I feel after drinking my tea by the kitchen window every morning...flying out there...