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Alfred Hitchcock Photograph - Dreadful Silence by Lourry Legarde

Dreadful Silence is a photograph by Lourry Legarde which was uploaded on January 17th, 2012.

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Lourry You did Hitchcock proud. Splendid work - full of tension and anticipation just like the movie! .. v/f/su

Lourry Legarde replied:

Thanks very much, Bob! Appreciate it! :)

Haunting, dark, mysterious, Lourry this has a real mood about it, very creative as always. An instant f/v plus extras.....Blair

Lourry Legarde replied:

Thank you very much, Blair. Your comments are highly appreciated. :)

you have a great ability to create a scene that captivates the eye so well a magnificent piece love those dark tones mercurial!

Lourry Legarde replied:

Thank you so much, dear Gloria. I appreciate your wonderful comment. :)

One of your darker ones. This has a sense of waiting... a sense of doom. Beautiful work.

Lourry Legarde replied:

Thank you very much, Odd. I'm glad you dig it! :)

You have created a powerful mood here, Lourry! I can not help but also think of Poe's The Raven..."Never more."

Lourry Legarde replied:

Thanks a lot, Steve. I actually thought of that too but I wanted to create a scene that will portray Hitchcock's birds in their dreadful silence waiting to attack. :)

Fantastic, Lourry! This should appear on the cover of an Edgar Allen Poe anthology.

Lourry Legarde replied:

Thank you so much, Daniel.:)

Beautiful work, Lourry.

Lourry Legarde replied:

Thank you so much, Kristin. :)

excellent work as always Lourry - V/F!

Lourry Legarde replied:

Thanks a lot, Dean, appreciate it! :)

Lourry, this is fantastic !

Lourry Legarde replied:

Thank you so much, Mark. :)

Wow - this'll make anyone uneasy!

Lourry Legarde replied:

=) I bet they will. Thanks for coming by and leaving a comment, Robert. :)

Great!!!

Lourry Legarde replied:

Thanks, Lenore! :)

Very haunting yet beautiful. Love the colors!

Lourry Legarde replied:

Thanks much, Tony. I'm glad you like it. :)

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