In this frame, they exist perpetually in motion, but frozen in time.
We often review the images of our memories this way… in stop-start sequences. Some frames are conjured from the darkest recesses of our minds — simultaneously blurry-and-sharp, complete-and-incomplete, and often… out of sequence.
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↑Leica M9 and Konica Hexanon 60mm @ f/1.2.
10 thoughts on “Dancing (about our memories).”
As always, this is very nice.
Thank you Trevor.
Mesmerizing and so eloquently surmised….
Thank you Jason.
It is a deep stream that runs within your eldest, no?
My own daughter just turned 31 this week. I can not explain how wonderful it is that you share some of these beautiful little times. Thanks.
Thanks Greg… it’s the little memories that have the power to comfort and haunt, isn’t it? Happy belated birthday to your daughter!
An absolutely marvellous shot.
Thank you kindly Calvin.
This is something special. I saw it first on my telephone and couldn’t pick up what I was looking at. I am glad that I cam back now and looked on a larger screen. It does look so much like a moment in time to be remembered.
Thanks Guy. I could write so much more…