I don't know what my problem's been lately...it's like, I dunno...I'm stuck...or nervous...or something....
Over the last few days (weeks, really), I've been using every excuse imaginable, to get out of takin' new pics....and I mean, some of it has been totally legit - seriously. Things have come up that have demanded my immediate, and undivided attention - but even still......it's so not like me to let my art (and my blog) take this much of a backseat to, well - pretty much anything other than my kids. I've just felt kind of immobilized lately...by insecurity wrought from a strange sense of trepidation...
Luckily for me though, I have this one very close friend who is the absolute best at getting me out and about to explore - on our motorcycles, and on foot...and he always leads me to the most delicious locations...places where I can't help but feel inspired to shoot...and for that I must say - Thank You, E.!
Well worth the wait L ! you get more toned and sensual with each passing week ! This 'E' fella is one lucky dude ! keep up the great shooting. More, More and More ! patrickReplyDelete
@patrick - I'm the lucky one to have such a great friend...E is the absolute shiz!Delete
I'm so glad that you managed to overcome your feeling of not wanting to do anything in your art field. This new picture is wonderful. The concept is beyond my imagination. I would have seen the two logs separated by a few feet, and walked on.ReplyDelete
You, on the other hand, could see that this called for a "bridge" to connect the two. And having such a great body doesn't distract from the idea in any way. Go Lauralyn. Keep giving us pictures from your amazing insight.
And I also like you out-take from this session. Tucked up between the two logs, forming a whole, with the contrast between your smooth self and the rough bark! Undeniably inspired.
@Raymond - I wish I could say that I've kept up the momentum since doing this shoot, but I've been beyond distracted by so many other things going on in my life right now - that I've once again let practically everything else take precedence over my art...I'll come back around again soon though, I've no doubt...I go crazy if too much time passes between shoots...Delete
The look on your face in this picture is quite serene. Sort of like a quiet wood nymph waiting for spring. Do your wings come out with the leaves?ReplyDelete
@Ted - No...I've never sprouted wings...but devil horns do sprout outta my hard head, every once in awhile }:}Delete
it's a beautiful shot and, like the others, I'm happy you found the right friend to push you in to action.ReplyDelete
@Advizor54 - I know...I feel so lucky to have such an amazingly devoted and encouraging handful of close friends...I literally don't think I could function without 'em :)Delete
@AMC - THANK You!!!Delete
By the way, I am thinking that your loyal readers deserve a couple of shots involving your motorcycle.ReplyDelete
@Ted - Dude...I have been plotting a motorcycle shoot ever since the day that I brought the derned thing home! I know exactly what I want to do, just haven't quite figured out WHERE I can do it without killing myself...or anyone else for that matter. Rest assured though, it WILL happen - I promise!Delete