interesting...i can't see the message.:p
Think in terms of mankind turning their back on ... whatever you think, and building walls between themselves and ... whoever you think. I have my own thoughts, but it means more to you if it comes from your own thoughts. Does that help?Andrea
I felt pity for this man whose walls prevent him from accessing the healing magic of nature, signified by the sprays of grape(?) leaves, burnished by the sun. And then I thought I was being a pretentious tosser.Regardless, I love the image and do feel lonliness and isolation in it.
I think the man is breaking down the barriers (wall) of prejudice- i wondered if his hat was representative of a religion. Or at least he is ignoring the barriers. After I wrote this I read the earlier comments- it is interesting that Elephant's Child saw the wall as stopping him . I agree with her about the loneliness though.I am so glad to have you back on MoM! Thank you for sharing this work:)
I agree this is quite interesting. I'm not good at picture puzzles, but I do feel a sense of loneliness. Or is it maybe a sense of beginning? Is he walking toward a light, a ray of hope? I see many different types of walls, and it looks like he is carrying a duffle bag of sorts. So maybe he is headed toward a new life adventure? You got me.This is definitely one of those pieces of photo art that should be enlarged and framed to be hung on the wall of a gallery. Fabulous job! I'm at work, so gotta go. You have a great night. Hugs, Edna B.
Even vines can break through strong barriers a little at a time -be brave move on!
Moving forward despite any past difficulties would be my thought ~ Creative photography ~ (A Creative Harbor) aka ArtMuseDog and Carol ^_^
I lovae how there are so many different interpretations. That is what I want from my art. For you to be able to see your own version and for it to have meaning. This has been fun and I love how many of you have positive outlooks ... I need to find mine again :)Andrea