What a great picture!!!!This is one of the best what I see in photoblogs:)HugsRobert
@Robert:Thanks a lot Rob!That must be the best comment a photographer possible can get, right? ;)
This really captures the essence of Deje Bruk as you describe it. The shoes are the crowning touch (one that has an additional meaning for those who have ever been in the military -- at least in the US).And the poem is the perfect counterpoint.Brilliantly done all the way around.
Nice image. Good coloursBeijos
Här har du verkligen fått till ett bra foto :) med känsla och djup i :DJag funderar på att åka ner till stan vid 20 tiden ikväll ..ensam .. och fota lite kvällsbilder :)KRAM :)
Great image. You are such a powerful artist.
You find the most fascinating stuff and turn it into art
I'm glad you're back! Your work is powerful.
this one rocks!
Wow. The graffiti is as intense as the boots--together, a steamroller. Powerful.
Wow! What a powerful capture, Anna!It does say it all!! And it is great to see you back again! Hope you are well! Have a great week!Sylvia
Oh you're back. I'm glad to once again see your powerful images.My world is posted here: http://ewok1993.wordpress.com
Et skikkelig kraftfullt bilde! Helt knall!
Wow am I glad your back missed you and as always love the art work
Thanks a lot boys and gals!And yes.. I'm back and it feels awesome to know that you've missed my art.
aloha,what a beautiful graphic, i love the burnt shoe, it fits into this lookthanks for showing us your world today
Interesting.Sydney - City and Suburbs
A very well composed post. The shot, the elements in them and the lines that followed.
Wow.. dramatic and moving. Great shot and words.
Really great shot!Darryl and Ruth : )
really great creative shot! it says a lot even without any descriptions.
very powerful image!magnificent!
Lovely control tat produces that pattern.Hope u r fine.Drop by my blog again.www.deepteshpoetry.blogspot.com
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