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© copyright J.A. (Tony) Hadley Photography 2014

Family (N. Tesla) Gathering


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© copyright J.A. (Tony) Hadley Photography 2014

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Beautiful and skillfully executed abstract.Well titled also.Bravo!

Meilleures salutations-Laurent

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This is a nice bit of wizardry, Tony. I don't know how you managed it but I like it a lot. The reds and blues work terrifically together and the composition seems natural and dynamic.
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Small butterflies, at different heights, that settle smoothly into a liquid surface, aren't they? wonderful! to futher think and go beyond...

I love it! *_*


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Laurent, Jack, AJ, Tina, Laura and Franz - thanks for stopping by. For me this is simply an abstract open to interpretations - it is an exercise in forms (mostly circles), translucent colors and electrically charged family and global connections. At least, that is my interpretation but yours might be different.  All the very best,




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Meaning that Nikola Tesla is to be blamed for the advancement of the communications? He was from my country! Well done, Tony!


Best regards



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Pierre - Thanks, There is a museum in your country dedicated to Nikola. He was an absolute genius to do with anything related to electricity. Some people may be surprised to know  that he patented and is the inventor of the following: Alternating Current, Radio (not Marconi), remote Control, Wireless communication and the electric Motor (new car uses his name) to name some of the more significant developments. He was a poor business man and died alone and penniless.  

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Thanks. sometimes I need to do something different especially when I start getting down on the photography that I do most often. 

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Beautiful work in this composition Tony! Lovely depth of colours that delight the eyes. I have no idea how you composed this, but the result is delightful!

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