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Art Photograph - Hold On To Hope by Jacky Gerritsen

Hold On To Hope is a photograph by Jacky Gerritsen which was uploaded on March 24th, 2013.

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Nice perspective ...the composition say's it all. the hope(rope) being given raised on the subject tight to the balloon (air an essential element for all living soul) gasping from the trouble (reflection disturbed on the subject) water.. here the only integral difference is by the rope between the air for breath and water for drown !! keep it up and happy clicking :-)

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Jacky Gerritsen replied:

Thanks very much for the feature, dear Sharon ♥

Nice work! I like the prop use of the ballons as symbolic in being "raised" from a point of despair. The muted colors blurring with contrast, maintain a 'there,l, yet not' kind of feeling in its mood expression.

Jacky Gerritsen replied:

Thanks very much,Adriana !♥