studies of flight

Pablo Picasso resisted school stubbornly and seemed completely unable to learn to read or write. To other students grew used to seeing him come late with his pet pigeon -- and with the paintbrush he always carried as if it were an extension of his own body.

Mildred & Victor Goertzel

  • ChristianB65 8y

    It's like the European version of Hitchcock's "The Birds" ...Love it
  • Fadzly Mubin 8y

    I do believe that the more one photographs one subject the more in tune we become and the more we can respond to the subject, the more likely we are to make wonderful images about that subject. This photo of your is a perfect example of what I'm trying to point out. What an excellent piece of work you have here.
  • Raul Lieberwirth 8y

    thank you very much, I feel humbled by your comment
  • brewbooks 7y

    An interesting dynamic image
  • Anima Fotografie 6y

    Brilliant capture!
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    Seen on your photo stream. (?)
  • SoyJardinero 5y

    I don't know who suggested the crop-- was it you? Doesn't matter. The cropped photo would be ok, I guess, but it's much better left as it is. That shadow gives the photo a hallucinatory quality, makes it as if it were from a dream or vision., also, do you know your photo is part of a mystery story?
  • Raul Lieberwirth 5y

    i didn't know that, what mystery story?
  • 1234randomscreenname 5y

    your pic is part of a radio serial

    www.theflickerman.com/?page_id=23

    good for you hay! :P
  • Raul Lieberwirth 5y

    cool :)
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