32 thoughts on “Open Closed

  1. Tabitha this is BRILLIANT. I assume you used a long exposure and moved rather than layering multiple images?

    Molly

    1. THank you so much Molly – actually this was quite the misadventure! I was trying for a very different shot these two lined up – I thought I’ll pop them in photoshop but it wasn’t working so I had to download an ad riddled superimpose app. It felt like it was all meant to be because I am really pleased with this shot. Funny how sometimes the thing you’re trying to express finds a way to come out… in a completely different way to how you imagined.

  2. I just keep looking and looking at this photograph. It’s wonderful. The depth the images give and the difference but similarities in the position give it a flipside kind of look. Beautiful.
    Missy x

  3. Oh this is absolutely wonderful Tabitha. Just mesmerizing to look at . . . and imagine the unfolding of arms and legs, hands and feet.

    Just brilliant . . . I LOVE it !!!

    Xxx – K

  4. I adore it too Tabitha you clever, creative woman! It’s such a complex and delicate image, and very beautiful. Xx

    1. Thank you Indigo – I’m excited to show you my Sinful Sunday today – it’s totally inspired by your art challenge- tag you later x

  5. Oh, wow – what a brilliant use of overlay. The symbolism of simultaneous duality is really lovely in this photo!

    1. Thank you so much Jo – I’m really pleased at how it turned out. I am amazed I managed to hit the same position 😀 x x

  6. OMG! Tabitha this is incredible!!! You’ve inspired me to play around with different settings for my images:)
    I love the black and white and your pose/s . GENIUS! xxx

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