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Loriental Photograph - Why Is She Looking At Me by Loriental Photography

Why Is She Looking At Me is a photograph by Loriental Photography which was uploaded on March 23rd, 2013.

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Nice work.

Thank you Joe!

12/29/2014 Loriental Photography: This is a great work of art. Now I hate to expose my ignorance, but I have not seen this Hopper painting before. I can see that the work is digitally enhanced, but my question is, the image of the girl looking at the picture IS your addition, right? Assuming that is so, it really does add something valuable--postmodern--to the original painting. This really could be one of your works that is ikonic--something that you will be known for. AF

Al, many thanks for your very kind comment! Yes, the girl on the left looking at the painting is my addition. Actually she was a visitor that I have captured while she was looking at the painting. Then I have edited the whole picture to focus on her and on the painted woman looking at each other. This is probably my most conceptual piece btw.

Great work. Congratulations on your feature in 500 Views. v

Awesome! Great work! v

Very beautiful and moody based on an intelligent concept. :)

Tied for 3rd Place in 'Clever Captions' contest :) Many thanks to the people who have been voting for this image !

http://fineartamerica.com/contests/clever-captions.html?tab=leaderboard

Congratulation in receiving 16 votes in MOUSE's first contest!! Thanks for your much appreciated participation! Cheers, Barbara F/V

Many thanks for your congratulations and for your F/V, Barbara ! This is much appreciated :)

1st Place in 'Digitally Altered Originals' contest :) Many thanks to the people who have been voting for this image !

http://fineartamerica.com/contests/digitally-altered-originals.html?tab=leaderboard

Voted for you here and in the Contest - Digitally Altered Originals. Good luck !

Many thanks for your very kind votes here and in the 'Digitally Altered Originals' contest, Terri ! This image finished in first place thanks to you and other fellow FAA members who have been voting on it in the contest, thanks ! :)

My goodness this is good. Wow...f/v.

Thank you so much for such a very kind comment and for your F/V, Mark ! I highly appreciate it, thanks :)

Voted in M O U S E too.

Thanks a lot for your vote in the M O U S E contest !

Fantastic piece! fv

Thank you very much for your very kind comment and F/V, Gun ! This is much appreciated :)

Wonderful work..v/f

Many thanks for your very kind comment and V/F, Lori !

Fabulous!!!! v

Thanks a lot for your very kind comment and vote, Eti ! I am so glad you like this one :)

Such an evocative image! I agree with Hartmut that it brings up feelings of loneliness and isolation. Just wonderful work! v/f!

Thank you so much for such a very kind comment and for your V/F, Anne ! I highly appreciate it, thanks :)

I like this a lot. When I first saw it, I thought of Edward Hopper's paintings, the way the people draw you in, the untold stories that are hidden in the work. Excellent. VF

This piece is definitely a tribute to Edward Hopper and the way his painting draws you in :) I appreciate so much your very interesting comment and your V/F, thank you very much Mary !

This is a wonderful evocative image. It conjures up feelings of isolation, loneliness and often our inability to connect to other people.

Many thanks for such a very interesting analytical comment, Hartmut ! This is much appreciated, thanks !

creative....v

Thanks a lot for your kind comment and vote, Barbara :)

Lovely capture and processing! v

Many thanks for your very kind comment and vote, Joan !

I really like this. v.

Thanks a lot for your kind comment and vote, Daniel ! I am really glad you like this one :)

Great image and textures, voted:)

Many thanks for your kind comment and vote, Sandy ! :)

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