Wow. This is really striking. It got a head-tilt even before I scrolled to the text, which makes it even better.
Awesome, thanks. I hope you like the subsequent ones as well. Although I doubt the next one will be as popular, as it's not terribly subtle and it's kind of disturbing.
I love the shot overall, the concept, and the wonderful finger geometry!
Thanks for sharing!
The fact that the fingertips don't align with the edges of the fruit is causing me a Monk moment, which I suspect may be intentional in the spirit of symmetry-breaking.
The fact that the fingertips don't align with the edges of the fruit is causing me a Monk moment...
*laughing* Yes! MonkMoment... oi.
But really, I can't stop looking. It's beautiful & crazy, right down to the skewed collar I only just noticed. Slightly off-center...love this.
im abit speechless so im just going to have to say, wow.
You want to hate her, but then she's just so darn nice. :)
Double plus good!
Is the underlined text supposed to be a link? Not working for me if it is.
Huzzah, thank you!
No, it isn't a link.
That is quite an excellent book. And an excellent picture - the tones just shine.
I think what captivated me was how passionate he is, how emotionally invested in all his cases, without losing his ability to make detached observations.
Also, thank you.
Ha! I remember that case study from my History of Psych class.
My bearded neuroscience prof dressed as a left hemineglect case for halloween once. He shaved only half his beard and put only one arm inside his shirt. I was a bit disappointed that he put both legs of his pants on, though.
Also, the picture is striking. The fact that you are off-center in the frame makes it more dramatic, but it took me a minute to figure out that that's what it was.
Bah! You should have taken scissors to those cheatin' two-legged pants.
That photo is brilliant, will there be more in the disorder series, then?
Yeah, I wanna know what's next!
Wow. That's is a great photograph - such a great idea. I almost thought this was a painting for a second. I find in interesting that the neutral expression on your face looks sort of happy on the side where your hair is pulled up and sort of sad on the other side.
Thanks! I did try to quirk my mouth into a faint smile on the side where my hair is pulled up but I'm not sure you can see it at low res.
I think you're onto something.
Comfortslut approval! *does somersaults*
Ditto. What everyone has said. As soon as the image loaded I thought, "wow!" and I keep staring at it. Can't wait to see the rest of the series.
Well, unfortunately there will be a lot of waiting. :-P These take a long time to execute!
2006-05-04 20:46 (UTC)
Can't stop staring at this. It's quite, quite striking. Every time you think you've got your head around it, you spot something else.
And I'm in awe of your hair. How long did that take?
The hair didn't take long, actually. I had a bunch of little rubber bands left over from when I had dreads and I used those to make the hair-sprouts.