Published: Saturday 13th of May 2006 10:50:47 PM
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
"...gentle inference..." ... I love that reference, Jayme. Wilson, this one has so many wonderful qualities. The stamp on the back of the child's hand and the dirt on his fingernails gives an impression of what his day has been like. :-) I love the two "hands" reaching for each other, separated by the glass. It's good to see something that veers from your normal stuff, Wils!
wow! to me this image is about connection more than captivity. we are all part of one world!!! beautiful image!!!
Wils Interesting photo and I would agree with Linda that this speaks more about connection than captivity to me. A manicure for the lad would probably add to this image's appeal.
Another wonderful shot, this shot is a story in itself, excellent composition and tones:)
Beautiful perspective, Wilson. Cheers!!!
Excellent image in all respects. But who's in captivity? If this were Planet of the Apes, the image would have an entirely different meaning ... well done!
for the graphical value, for the symbol of innocents in jail ... 7/7
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Wilson I really like this one! Wow, a gentle inference to Darwin's theory of evolution :) Very, very nice! I also like you choice of tones too. Perfect!
Beautiful! innocence being responded to with tenderness...WOW! Excellent!
"Captivity" Interaction between a young visitor and a primemate during a zoo visit. Your thoughts are welcome.