Mirror, mirror, on the wall...
How very mysterious! Ravines of contrast, softness of light. Beautiful!
Provocative photos, but what is Klamms?
Nice production. I like the individual expressions that they each have. Extremely subtle would be an understatement for the last one. You have me guessing.
Interesting lighting and compositions. I don't know who Klamm is, but I trust he arrived safely. :)
THis is really interesting and mysterious too !! I loved the beauty !!
I love the chandelier photo. A very interesting group of pictures that leaves me curious. I'm interested in who Klamm is too!
Beautiful photo of the chandelier. And the rest...tell us!!
MYSTERIOUS today !!!But its friday 13th.......:-)hugs for AngelinafromKareltje =^.^=
They are just soooo good.
This was a deep one, but then that is what Klamm might mean.
Looks something had happened... feels serious...
Maybe we should join Klamm. You are indeed a strange bed fellow Prospero.
Felt like sequences from a murder mystery.Long Overdue
Klamm is from Kafka's The Castle. He represents hidden powers in a society.
The chandelier shot is my favourite, just great!
like the depth in these photos prospero. you're quite an artist.
je me rappelle avoir commencé ce livre ..mais j'etais tres jeune et je n'en ai jamais terminé la lecture...trop hermétique pour un jeune cerveau...tu me donnes l'envie de peut être reprendre le fil de cette histoire...nous sommes loin de tes jardins fleuris prospero...klamm en allemand ça veut dire aussi : humide et froid...c'est de saison...enfin ici de sur...le froid arrive...je t'embrasse prospero..a bientot...:o)
Have you read Franz Kafka's letter to his father ? which his father never read apparently ! it's very long, Kafka seems to have been a troubled fellow. His novels I think would be over my head.http://www.kafka-franz.com/KAFKA-letter.htmI like the 2nd photo, lovely colours and the composition is good.
So many new wonderful photos! I have to admit I haven't read Kafka - so I simply enjoy your shots. I can see you enjoy shooting out of focus, that is something I am experimenting with lately. It is fun!
What a wonderful series of photos!
i am still pondering "present day state of affairs", sometimes i think that we have already accepted we will never see him, resigned to that... perhaps we have given up even waiting, that hope (oh no, we are no longer as naive as you, K.). after all, we invented Big Brother (and i don't mean Orwell's character now). what would have Kafka thought of that, i wonder...
thanks for the info about Klamm.great outcome playing with your gift in photography. ;)
Mysterious and enigmatic images. Beautiful the soft azure and pink lights in the first two pictures.
Mystifying series! I love the grainy images of the man in shots #3, #4, and #5.