Anna Larsson Photography: Make Me Come Undone

Make Me Come Undone

Photo By Anna
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Wordless Wednesday

21 kommentarer :

Anne sa...

Blitt glad i deg jeg, vit det :-))

Martina sa...

Somehow I find this more "disturbing" (not really, but I lack the right word - perhaps "impressive" would be a better choice) than all the other doll pics.

I love the blue, very good photo.

Chesney sa...

Oh no, that could be a problem! Another interesting approach to an interesting image! Thought provoking...

Dagrun sa...

Huff... denne var ekkel. Du kan å frembringe følelser hos mottaker! Du er dyktig.

Kerstin sa...

Din historia bör berättas och du berättar den så bra med dina bilder och texter.
Den här griper tag i mig.
Ha en fin tisdag.
Sov så gott.

ingrid sa...

Hei Anna, du kunne lett hatt en utstillig med dokke bildene dine! de er veldig sterke alle sammen. :)

og du, takk for kommentarene dine. de er alltid så varme og koselige! :)
klem

Sean sa...

I find the doll pics generally disturbing... this is something which either does or did mean so much to someone and yet you cast it in a rather cynical light. It definitely gets the message across though and having said that for me is as important if not more, than the actual photograph. That is not to say that they are not good, because I think they are, but you must be careful Vita... with all these pictures people start to piece together your personality :::)))) We are possibly figuring you out! Hmmmmm!

Digital Flower Pictures sa...

Very powerful image indeed.

Vita Stunder sa...

@ Sean: This shot is NOT meant to be CYNICAL at all.
None of my dollparts work are.

Every doll MEANS something.
I don't just snap these to disturbe people.
They are important.

Vita Stunder sa...

I guess the right title of this work should be:
MAKE ME COME UNDONE.

Anya sa...

Hi Anna

This shot exudes power off ;)
Puurfect....

Happy WW!!
Anya :)

Sean sa...

Vita, sorry I didnt mean offence... I like your photographs and merely told you how they make me feel and how I find them, and why... I never for one minute thought you were taking them for effect rather how they came across to me.

I enjoy your work. More so than many others I see currently. I like the way that there is a message, that they are not merely pretty pictures and the message...

I do however still think that what we photograph and how we take pictures do tell something of our personality... dont you agree?

Sean sa...

....and I am sorry if you took offence, as I said it was not intended!

Vita Stunder sa...

@ Sean: Yes, I agree with you.
Of course there is parts of the photographer in the photos.
At least the photographers that have the guts to use their minds ;)

Sean sa...

And the fact that you have the guts to use your mind is probably why your photographs are different and so enjoyable. Fact is that often someone may not like what they see, or due to their own issues or even predjudices see something you did not intend in a photograph, but at least your photograph is making them think and feel. :) Just for that you have achieved something which many never do and never will.

Mojo sa...

"Guts" are something you've never been short of Anna. This one, like all your doll work challenges people, makes them uncomfortable sometimes, but forces them to come face to face with things they might not want to. For that alone, as Sean says, you've accomplished much.

Indrani sa...

I guess the child has outgrown his/her fascination for dolls.
Great shot!

Carver sa...

Oh no, that's what I call coming undone literally.

Joanne MV sa...

I find the doll creepy somehow...

Happy WW!

SandyCarlson sa...

That doll face is so vulnerable, and the child it represents seems so alone. This is challenging, and I like it. I have a soft spot for dolls and find photographing them always brings something out of me.

amanda sa...

I like this a lot, it makes the viewer think not say "oh how nice!" it is dark and moody and wonderful!