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In a calm moment before a storm broke out on Siesta Key Beach, I look up and down the coastline and spot a lone woman walking slowly beside the waves. Her dress catches my eye immediately. The bright red in direct contrast to the darkening surroundings. She carries her matching shoes in one hand. She appeared completely unconcerned by the ominous clouds forming overhead. What was she thinking about? A lost lover…..her career choices….the baby she gave up for adoption….her next novel….I will never know, but I find this image incredibly seductive with so many possibilities…..
See more of her here:
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What Was She Thinking?………………………………………………………….. #art #beach
Timothy Price said:
Excellent image — the lone red against the water and dark sky is alluring. Great narrative. I like the results of the mixed media.
Thank you Timothy!
Ron Scubadiver said:
Really nice, with a photographic quality, not just in terms of realism, but subject and composition as well.
Thanks so much Ron!
Ron Scubadiver said:
Priya Ghose said:
Beautiful image…I love the contrast between the woman’s red dress and the dramatic grey sky!
Thank you Priya!
Lois Bryan said:
Beautiful … you couldn’t have posed it any more perfectly!!!!
Thank you Lois!
Lianne Schneider said:
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I love the sea before a storm! Beautiful shot Sharon.
Me too! Thank you for the reblog Lianne!
This is amazing! I wish I get to do something like this once in my life. Really beautifully shot and presented.
Thank you so much!
Indah Susanti said:
Nicely captured with beautiful narrative behind it..let us wander what is it behind her mind 🙂
Thank you Indah! I love that art can evoke a “feeling” and make us think…
I love this combination of colour – bright and vibrant red against the purity of white sand and the moody shades of the blue/green and grey sea and sky are perfect to the intrigue :)! Thank you, Sharon :)!
My great pleasure!
I can’t believe I missed this! Absolutely gorgeous!! Love love love it!! ♥
So glad you love it!