photography and digital art
Redundant man oh man!
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A picture is worth a thousand words, rabirius, and you have captured it masterfully. A grand photographic achievement!
Thanks a lot. I’m glad you like it.
Oh I do love the layers of stories and metaphors here Rabirius 🤓💫 smiles hedy sending you joy!
Thank you, Hedy. I’m glad you like it.
Excellent exercise in “The same as it ever was!”
Thank you, Timothy.
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Great image telling the story of the time people became unnecessary…!
Yes, thank you. I’m glad you like the image.
Your title made me think about the connection between automating and auto-making, given the high degree of automation in car factories.
Well, in Germany the word for car is “Auto” – and certainly there is “automotive” and automobile” in English – so linguistically there are some connections already.
Pillars being crushed by what they have built. Extremely thought-provoking image.
Thanks a lot, Michael.
Een veelzeggende creatie Rabirius
Dank je wel, Willy.
A strange set of mates, Rabirius. 😊
Well, in automation, everything is possible. 🙂
why do all my thoughts return to COVID? Very cool image.
Probably because you can hardly look at news media these days and not notice some articles about Covid?
Thank you for your compliments.
Great repeating layers, Rabirius. What is our purpose? Excellent work.
Thank you, Jane.
Yes, with automation being included in more and more things our purpose is more and more at question.
Doet me echt wel denken aan “Modern Times” van Chaplin !
Ik heb de film vele jaren geleden gezien. Eigenlijk kan ik me alleen de foto met de klokken herinneren. Waarschijnlijk omdat het de bekendste afbeelding in de film is.
I love THAT guy, but I’m most intrigued by the city. The graffiti suggests that it isn’t a doubled image, but the light on the pairs of towers shows that they, at least, are mirrored images How many weeks did you put into this picture? No matter – they were worth it 😃
Thank you, Kim.
Well, I sat on it many hours. As my compositions are getting more complex, they also take a lot more time to complete. (That also is one of the reason why I post more infrequently at the moment.)
Actually, the city was made up of several cities. So there are more elements that it appears to be. In my composings I play with putting some things together so it looks naturally, and other things in a way that it looks more artificial. I like this as a kind of effect.
Much details to lok at
Thank you, Marylou.
Yes, automation can be somewhat scary, especially when done wrongly.
Ich suche eine Antwort…
…und? Hast Du eine gefunden?
Yes, all primed for the robotic revolution …. 🙄🤔😏 Another superb creation..
Hope all is well with you my friend… Sending well wishes your way ❤
Thank you, Sue.
Yes, all is well over here. My new pictures take some time to complete and I’m working on a new album. So my posts are less frequently.
I hope you are well too.
All is well, I have also been taking some time out of blog land… ❤ Sending huge hugs
It is good to hear that all is well.
Very well, Mating I understand. Not you say, it’s auto, now. Anything is possible in your pics. 🙂
Thank you, Deepak.
Love this picture….it starts my mind interpreting immediately and then I see a pattern that turns me in a new direction. Love it…
Thank you for spending time with my image, Kirt.
I’m glad you like it.
Excellent … I’ve always loved repetition in artwork … it works so well with your title and concept!
Thank you, Denise. I’m glad you like it.
Really interesting, Rabirius! This one exploded into my heart and left me with truly no words….wild and powerful. Thank You and Cheers!!! ❤️
Thanks a lot for your words. I’m glad that my picture left a strong impression.
Oh gosh! My absolute pleasure! Your art ALL-WAYS leaves a strong impression!!! I love it! 😃💖🤗
Thank you so much for your words.
Out of sync and out place. Excellent comment to what our life has become.
Thanks a lot, Otto. I’m glad you like it.
Para mí, no tengo palabras. Es una foto fantástica amigo. Saludos
Muchas gracias por tus palabras.
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