I’ve been struggling with change for several months. This is the year I gave myself the challenge to push beyond my normal range and find new directions for my photography. My muses, Eph n’ Murial, are never in agreement about the direction I should take. Murial, the traditionalist, is a woman of subtle landscapes and poofy flower sets.
Old Eph, bless his iron heart, must have been a biker dude in one of his former incarnations. He’s into boldness, taking changes, kicking things up, and making me nervous with glowing eyes and billowing beard. (That’s what I imagine he looks like, one elbow digging into my right shoulder.)
Here’s a few samples of the bipolar treatment I’ve been dealing with from these two the past month. I’m a changed person for this year’s challenge. I just don’t know if I’m complete, half-fast, spinning my f-stops, or stuck naked in the middle somewhere. I’m open to anyone’s feedback.
At this time, I feel like Grandma Moses spirit bonded with my seeking heroine, Andrew Wyeth’s, Christina’s World.
4 thoughts on “Changing in Public or How to Feel Naked Covered in Cameras”
It’s a stunning series! There’s nothing wrong with having a diverse portfolio and being led by the emotions that a scene invokes in you 🙂
Good to hear know, with double muses I sometimes feel bi-polar, without the up’sies’. There is still a strong tomboy within as well. 🙂
I definitely have the tomboy within too! I still long to climb trees 😉
Glorious colours! What a brilliant collage.