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My Peachtree Street: The Path of Bleeding Feet

My Peachtree Street: The Path of Bleeding Feet

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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 6 Nov 2009, 01:14
Lightly trodden...thankfully!
vz-nostalgia: not many brave souls willing to take the risk, Ray. smile
All I can say is: ouch!!
vz-nostalgia: and that is just from looking. I don't think I want to hear what you say, when you walk on it barefoot, Larry. smile
Isn't that life's path?
vz-nostalgia: Sure is... for some. For some, life's path is all but broken glass. For others, it's all as smooth as silk. smile
Good thought, Ms. Pixie.
...a hard and unforgiving surface to walk on. Hopefully, it meanders to a soft landing place.
vz-nostalgia: ... a place you always dreamed of, but were afraid to go. smile
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 6 Nov 2009, 05:41
The old man sees that you have a vivid imagination. Also leaning a bit to the macabre. Something from Halloween night - morning after the night before, shot smile
The picture is a great with the lines disappearing in the distance.
vz-nostalgia: :
Louis: you have a vivid imagination
VZ: no one has accused me of not having one, as of yet, Louis. smile
Louis: Also leaning a bit to the macabre.
VZ: The interpretaion of things is often up to one's state of mind, Louis. See Ray's, Larry's, Pixie's, Sazanne's ... comments. All different. smile So, what's up with the macabre? smile
  • Chris
  • England
  • 6 Nov 2009, 07:17
Heavens above Vik - you could wreck yourself on these things!
vz-nostalgia: I sure could, and so could you, Chris. smile
Not a place to walk without shoes, that's for sure.
vz-nostalgia: Unless one has a seed of adventure hidden inside, Ian. smile Playing it safe quite often turns into boredom. smile
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 6 Nov 2009, 10:07
I expect these stones look like mountain ranges to the insect world that live amongst them. The receding lines give the impression of the path carrying on into infinity.
vz-nostalgia: :
Ingrid: The receding lines give the impression of the path carrying on into infinity.
VZ: Perfect for those who enjoy the process itself rather than a destination. smile
  • Ellie
  • England
  • 6 Nov 2009, 13:02
This is a nice study of form and shape
vz-nostalgia: you forgot to mention the color, Ms. Ellie. smile
A lovely variety of colours and textures.
vz-nostalgia: my pleasure, Ms. Bernie.
  • Chris
  • United States
  • 6 Nov 2009, 14:32
the view before He rose again and continued on ...
vz-nostalgia: a bit too early for Easter, don't you think, Chris? smile
  • Ti
  • United States
  • 6 Nov 2009, 15:13
Told you to have your athlete's foot looked at by a doctor, keep rubbing it on the bricks is not a permanent solution, Viktor. smile
vz-nostalgia: Now, I have to google "athlete's foot" to understand what you talk about here. smile
An intriguing abstract ...

Strikes me that it needs re-grouting.

vz-nostalgia: as soon as you re-grout the path, it will lose teh intrigue, as well as abstractness, Richard. Smooth things are not always pleasant. smile
very good persepctive
vz-nostalgia: We all should be thankful to Giotto for discovering perspective and using it in his paintings back in 14th century, Ms. Chantal. I remember that from art history lectures back from college days. smile
Have you shoes with thick soles?
vz-nostalgia: Walking this path in shoes with thick soles is like making love to a woman wearing rubber gloves, Ms. Stefania. One has to be barefoot to feel all the sharp edges, the unevenness and roughness of the surface. Only then one can appreciate the end of the journey. smile
The journey can be less tiring, while, with small measures. Sweating does not always makes things more valuable. I hope that the sense of my thought is not lost in translation
vz-nostalgia: One doesn't learn much, gliding through life without sweating, Ms. Mela. But that brings back the issue of the Art of Keeping Balance, isn't it? smile
  • Carraol
  • Mexico City
  • 11 Nov 2009, 01:42
Beautifully composed and the textures and colors are great!
Almost hear the sound of old carriages.
vz-nostalgia: Old carriages? That must be me, moving slowly along the aging stones, Carraol. smile
An uncomfortable path, but makes for a great image. I like the colours and perspective.
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