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Abandoned Photograph - Catatonic by Luke Moore

Catatonic is a photograph by Luke Moore which was uploaded on June 16th, 2012.

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This is on my top 5 list for today,L,F

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Viggo!

Thank you Sandra for featuring this in the group "Memories and Nostalgia" :)

Thank you Barbara for featuring this in the group M O U S E :)

Thought provoking image, It conjures up many stories...........superb work Luke! v/f

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Susan! I loved the paint on the wall too ... Hard to find such interesting paint sometimes.

a revote/refav for this. I was thinking poor man's stair elevator :)

Luke Moore replied:

Haha Dean... Thank you for the smile! I can totally see what you are saying.

I like this...considering I see a chair like this everyday where I work

Luke Moore replied:

haha Carol :) It definitely brings back some fond or not so fond memories of the workplace. Thanks for your comment!

I really like this, not just because its beautiful textures, but because it mystifies me.

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Gun :) Even the peeling paint in an old abandoned building can be a work of art in and of itself. These places truly inspire me. Thanks for taking a look.

This is quite an awesome image, Luke! Very compelling and emotive! vf

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Guy! That was a good day... ended up with several that I was very happy with. Sometimes an elusive and rare feat... Haha.

This really causes an emotional response. Love it. f/v ;-)

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Theresa! That is very helpful to know. Thanks for stopping by and taking a look :)

Luke, your creativity has stepped up a notch.. like the Title and your words in the side bar. The image is so very well composed and I love the treatment and the gritty feel about it. Well done my friend, excellent work... v/f/g

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Blair! Your feedback and comments are awesome. I definitely think certain subjects and places can really spark the creative juices. I tend to work in spurts too, so creativity is like the tide ebbing and flowing lol.

Eerie... very, very eerie. Excellent work, Luke.

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Odd! Even more eerie in person ;)

outstanding composition and mood Luke, well spotted and photographed! vote/fav!

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Dean! I gotta get out more often and photograph places like this :)

Luke awesome capture and detail! Beautifully composed. Thought evoking and favorite of mine. v/f/tweet/g

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Bob! Very happy that it was in some shape or form, thought provoking.

Wow Luke; great find! Love the lighting, the description, the title... this truly does give the viewer a lot to contemplate! f/v

Luke Moore replied:

Thanks B :) !

This is awesome! It gives you so much to think about1 v/f

Luke Moore replied:

Much appreciated Roger!

Very interesting how the chair looks as though it will go down the stairs at any moment. Could anything be more helpless? Excellent tones and rusty detail. Fabulous image, Luke!

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you very much Patricia! Thanks for the detailed and thoughtful.

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