The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
This is definitely a fun and creative take on the theme :) Happy weekend Jams!
it looks like an abstract art. very nice. i like the strokes :)
Looks like Joni Mitchell with her black beret and crow's wings, but spin-art style! I like it, Jams!Ciao,Gina
ooh, I really like this! Great take on this week's theme!
This is very cool. I love the hint of a smile that you can barely see. Happy weekend to you!
I love the movement and dark undertones.
Thanks all. I'm glad you like it and it is sort of on theme too!
Very artistic shot and perfect for the theme. Happy weekend.
Interesting photo today Jams. No sugar or milk thanks, just straight. :) Happy weekend to you.
See you're back to being creative again, Jams! :b
Kinda' spooky looking. Great photo for the theme!
Love the photo. Nice take on the theme.Hope you have a fun and safe Halloween weekend.Liz @ MLC
this reminds of Sadako (The Ring).:p
Ohhh! Perfect take on the human condition. Now to work out if the image is masculine or feminine!
Looks human to me...nice take on the theme!!dark...
very cool abstract.
Truly artistic!! Love the movement,perfect for this weeks theme. Happy weekend.
Hope things are going well for you. Love this one. Planned or accidental.
geez, I wish I could make blurred looks so good! It looks a little like the grim reaper appearing in front of you! eek!Have a great weekend!
Interesting and imaginative!
Oooh, I like this a lot.
Very interesting take on the theme. How to transform a mistake into art. . . or was it a mistake? Only the shadow knows for sure. . .
Thanks everyone!Hands,, actually it was a mistake but I looked at it on Thursday, saw something then tweaked it to make it more eerie!
wow. that is cool :)happy halloween
This is spectacular shot! Love it!Dawn
Seriously cool. It really does hold a lot of emotion.
That is a neat photos - I don't see a lot of darkness underneath either - actually looks like a great soul. I also love the other similar photo posts you recently posted like the Ghost poppy and especially the shot of the train and sun. Very creative work.
Actually you're quite right Marta. She is a former work colleague who was an utterly sweet person
Great photo (as usual!). Makes me think of the one I took of musician friends. I'll have to find the link.Mine is late, late, late... http://mudpuddle.wordpress.com/2010/10/31/photohunter-dark/
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