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Description: Taking a chance and stepping outside my comfort zone.
Posted by wysiwyg on July 02, 2012
I think when we take that step to the edge, we see things we never saw before, sometimes beautiful worlds. I think this is a powerful statement Ramon, when we reveal what's inside, we do feel naked on the outside... I think the pose is in keeping w/your statement, part is holding on and part is pushing... taking that first step even though it's uncomfortable, very poignant piece.
Posted by ramonfernandez on July 02, 2012
Joanne, what a wonderful amd insightful comment. Thanks so much for your support.
Posted by frederiqueroy70 on June 29, 2012
Congratulations on your BLUE RED feature! Keep on pushing the envelope!
Posted by ramonfernandez on July 01, 2012
Thanks so much fRed! You are an inspiration, I will push again later, I have to recuperate from this one. Hehehehe
Posted by wardvanhaute on June 29, 2012
ramon, excellent, congrats on your feature.
Much appreciated Ward
Posted by jannina on June 29, 2012
Wow, thought provoking! Congratulations on your feature, bien hecho, Ramón. :)
Thanks so much Jannina.
Posted by jethro61 on June 29, 2012
Many Congrats Ramon on your feature!
Thanks so much Jethro
Posted by carlunruh on June 29, 2012
Thanks again! and congratulations on the feature, Ramon!
Thank you Carl.
Posted by rodeorose on June 29, 2012
RAMON CONGRATULATIONS YOUR WORK HAS BEEN FEATURED AT THE BLUE FRIDAY LOUNGE!!
You are invited to post your comments and Featured Work at the link to the BLUE FRIDAY LOUNGE in the next 48 hours, and join us in some fun & conversation at weeks’ end among friends at the BLUE Lounge… http://groups.bluecanvas.com/BLUE/forum/post/2794
Posted by ramonfernandez on June 29, 2012
Thanks so very much Rosie, much appreciated. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Posted by charliebeck on June 28, 2012
Wow! Powerful shot! Thank you for adding to epic!
Posted by ramonfernandez on June 28, 2012
Posted by swanthief on June 27, 2012
Powerful work and congratulations - difficult thing to do! :-)
Posted by ramonfernandez on June 27, 2012
Posted by karenvm on June 27, 2012
Ramon - indeed uncomfortable but so powerful. Thank you for taking the chance!
Thanks so much Karen much appreciated
Posted by bernsgilnamurphy on June 27, 2012
If red equals anger then anger equals fear, try exploring what you are angry about and then you find the fear.
Good point. For me red can represent anger, but for me the image represents complete destruction and loss.
Yes, but how does that come about ? Through anger a secondary emotion, or fear the primary one, and naturally, one is to be afraid of destruction and loss... nice legs btw :)
Fear and anger over loss but I think primarly fear. Thanks jejjee
Posted by carlunruh on June 26, 2012
Posted by ramonfernandez on June 26, 2012
Wow! Thats quite a comment. Thanks Carl.
Posted by frederiqueroy70 on June 26, 2012
Ray, I knew instantly that this was yours, despite how different it is from your usual work. I feel that it was born from the earlier piece you posted, "I will rise again". A very raw and honest image that speaks to me of vulnerability, isolation and pain, both physical and mental. I hope you continue to explore these red zones that lie outside of your comfort zone.
fRed, thank you so much. It was actually done very near the time of the other piece. I wanted people to feel a punch in the gut when they saw it. Thanks for your support. I am still sweating from posting this one. hahahaha.
interesting comment about exploring those red zones. I really had not thought so much about how red for me is something attractive yet dangerous and that the works I have posted that make me the most uncomfortable are most surely red.
Posted by rodeorose on June 26, 2012
The Red Zones!!
I think we are onto something here.
Posted by aashton on June 26, 2012
Red means a lot to people. I wonder how anger plays into this. Not that anger is a bad thing, it's a real feeling of powerlessness and power I believe
Very good point Alli, and I like that you said powerlessness and power.
I agree with Lianne. Troubling but honest. Isn't that what we all strive for honesty?
Yes, Alli, we should thanks for your support
Posted by lianne on June 26, 2012
This is a tremendously powerful piece Ramon - I have a very visceral response, empathy, as if I can feel the pain...which feels like emotional pain to me. Fabulous...daring...and worth it! xoxoxoxo
Aww Im blushing, cant you see the red? Thank you so much. Again your response is exactly what I was going for, so mission accomplished. Xoxoxxoxoxoxoxox
Posted by valerierosen on June 26, 2012
well, hello...my what red feet you have....actually, this is very troubling to look at, but then that's the power of photography, eh, to impact the viewer, however that impact may result...good for you for taking a risk. :-)
Thanks so much Val, I am very pleased with your comment "Troubling to look at" I was hoping for that kind of response. Love ya XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Ramon...i love when we step outa that zone...this is sooooo strong!
Thanks my dear, makes me nervous, but that is a good thing. Never be complacent. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
We ought to maybe do a Lounge inviting shots from beyond the comfort zone.... this definitely fits here please Ramon- http://groups.bluecanvas.com/BLUE
That sounds like a wonderful idea my dear. thank you so much. xoxoxoxoxoxoxx
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