“Trapped”

“Trapped”

“Beware of being trapped in your own imaginings. You instill sparks in others, you charge them with your illusions, and when they burst forth into illuminations, you are taken in.”
― Hugh Parker Guiler

Now this one got me thinking, should I reveal what it is, or leave it a mystery? It’s an image I made a few days ago and it really struck me as I previewed and then processed it. The title “Trapped” has several possible applications, depending on how you interpret the photo. It’s also a cool image for Tuesdays of Texture.

I think I’ll leave it, as is and see what your thoughts are.

Nikon D800
Tamron SP AF 90mm f/2.8 Di Macro 1:1 (272ENII)@90mm
1/200 sec, f/7.1, ISO 200

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6 thoughts on ““Trapped”

  1. Michael Seidel

    Well, reminds me of my character’s efforts to become more ‘telepathic’. That’s really the wrong word but it’s closest to what he experiences. He sees their thoughts as first as flows, like streams of colorful light, and then begins picking up the the threads. Their threads present a feel for their emotions but not their thoughts. Separating and tracing the threads back, he can begin to perceive the individual saiki of each, which is their essence. Then he can begin to pierce and interpret their thoughts.

    What you’ve photographed here is what he sees of their saiki with sufficient concentration. As his concentration and sympathy with the saikis increase, their colors gain sharpness and clarity.

    Thanks for sharing. Love it. Cheers

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