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Wednesday, June 28, 2006


By Me

June 2006


the.chronicler said...

for what?

Peggi Meyer Graminski said...

Totally up to the viewer, Chronicler - I could tell you what I see but would rather let you, and anyone else who cares to, decide what they see or feel when looking at the image. Yeah, the title is probably suggestive in a way, but I figure I created the image and the title, now you guys can run with it and figure it out (only if you want to, of course - again, it's up to the viewer =) Hopefully this makes some sense - I'm not trying to be difficult, just inviting you to consider and think about the image.....

the.chronicler said...

LOL! You are one mysterious woman. OK, here's what I thought when I first looked at the photo:

I see the necklace with the cross, and I think of Jesus, and so we're watching and waiting for Jesus to return, right?

Then there's this menacing shadow or some kind of dark blob encroaching from the other side, so there's kind of this dynamic tension in the composition.

And I see a window. We look through windows.

The setting appears to be a bathroom. Actually that cross is hanging from what appears to be a shower curtain ... so I suppose this is a metaphor for a place where one becomes clean.

Washed by the blood of Jesus?

Hmmm ... I don't know ... maybe I'm thinking too much into this.

Are you gonna reply to my e-mail?

keith said...

Whoa this is realy dramatic with heaps of anticipation. Love it