Dead Flowers

© Paul A. Sikorski

Dead Flowers

Uploaded: October 31, 2006


Tribute to Townes Van Zandt

Exif: FNumber: 0, ExposureBiasValue: 0/6, ExposureTime: 30, Flash: flash did not fire, ISO: , WhiteBalance: manual white balance


Jenny Bosmans October 31, 2006

I simply love everything about this gorgeous work of art, Paul! Great tribute too! :) #548838

Donald K. Cherry level-classic October 31, 2006

Very nice imag4e and effect, Paul! #3526267

Glenn E. Urquhart October 31, 2006

Wow... An Outstanding work of art, Paul!!! Very uniquie, creative and beautiful composition! VERY Well Done! Cheers, Glenn. #3526299

Colleen Braun October 31, 2006

beautiful... #3526396

Linda D. Lester level-classic October 31, 2006

Awesome Artwork! #3526942

Ursula Cameron October 31, 2006

Awesome,Paul ... love your image. Excellent tribute.
A great musical cover by an inspiring singer/songwriter from a cult/classic movie!

Nadya Johnson October 31, 2006

OUTSTANDING, Paul! #3527616

Paul A. Sikorski October 31, 2006

Thanks for all your kind comments! I hope you enjoy this image as much as I do. #3528970

Lauren Willman February 09, 2007

There are so many amazing things about the composition of this image and the symbolism it conveys. I love how the flowers themselves while no longer upright because they are dead retain their beauty and are balanced by this intricate web of rising baby's breath, signifying life. All this reflected in water, how people and their beauty impact our own lives and continue to do so even when they are gone. So moving and a truly beautiful image. #3929507

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