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Equipment Hasselblad 503CW, tripod,
Technical medium format, black and white negative film, long exposure,
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Claudio Taras, Amateur photographer
Claudio Taras Gran colpo Rob...un bel viraggio carbonella!
17 December 2017 at 10:28pm
Piotr Czekalski, Amateur photographer
Piotr Czekalski Superb !
17 December 2017 at 10:50pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri grazie Claudio... :) ... soprattutto per il viraggio carbonella... :) ... ti dirò, mi sono regalato un computer nuovo e con un monitor eccellente. il problema è che per adesso sto letteralmente impazzendo sui livelli di contrasto e luminosità perché sono abituato al monitor vecchio e non so ancora se e quando raggiungo il livello di contrasto desiderato. ma soprattutto cosa vedono gli altri. immagino, da quanto ho capito, che tutte le prossime foto saranno meno contrastate perché, evidentemente, le precedenti, fatte con il vecchio computer, lo erano troppo se le guardo con il monitor nuovo. per cui... dimmi tu che vedi! :)
17 December 2017 at 11:38pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri DoríS ... :) ... thank you very much! very kind! :)
17 December 2017 at 11:38pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri Piotr... :) ... always very kind! thank you very much!
17 December 2017 at 11:38pm
Iryna Gragera, Art viewer visitor
Iryna Gragera Que obra más interesante... te hace interactuar a primera vista, te cuenta su historia (o es tu propia historia?), atrae y no te deja ir. Increible. Gracias.
18 December 2017 at 12:25am
David Lingham, Amateur photographer
David Lingham Always a lot of thought in your images Roberto
18 December 2017 at 09:30am
Alessandro Rovelli, Citizen of the World
Alessandro Rovelli Sempre bello viaggiare nel tuo mondo parallelo spiando dal finestrino...se ti serve un consiglio per tarare il monitor modestamente me ne intendo abbastanza...se hai voglia chiedi e ti sarà risposto...
18 December 2017 at 10:58am
Jos Letschert, Professional painter
Jos Letschert Beautiful central perspective Roberto. The stairs and the black lines above tear us to that vanishing point at the end. Maybe your black angel came to late and has to wait here in the corridor of a church or a monastery for a second change. Maybe it is not bad at all, heaven is not that what it used to be.
Your black angel could also be a kind of saint, sculptured by a medieval or early renaissance sculptor, ment to be an embellishment for the naked wall. After all those years she could have taken the decision to leave her frame, still hesitating what to decide next. We don't know, we are just observers of a moment in time, left with the beautiful print of an interior and a person we don't know.
18 December 2017 at 12:26pm
M W, Author photographer
M W Fine motive was used here and the title to it :) Well, sometimes certain moments in life may appear when we have no enough strength to live further. We lose either everything what was precious in our life (and I don't mean here material things of course) or we just lose the whole stength and become more and more resigned, apathetic. Some people escape in such moments into the religion that keeps their minds alive and not crazy, the ones who believe, mainly. For others, the heaven is just a symbol they can relate to in their despair. Even the heavens door were closed in front of them, the last and final rescue where they could find a peace and a shelter. And when all is taken away and no doors of escape or shelter are open, then they become nothing. Yes, with no face.
18 December 2017 at 01:01pm
Bertrand Guichoux, Amateur photographer
Bertrand Guichoux Magnificent!
18 December 2017 at 03:35pm
Gérard Bret, Author photographer
Gérard Bret Superbe.
18 December 2017 at 04:16pm
Maria Frodl, Citizen of the World
Maria Frodl Fantastic work!
18 December 2017 at 04:21pm
Roland Hoffmann, Amateur photographer
Roland Hoffmann I adore composing and the multiple stories told.
18 December 2017 at 06:46pm
Lucas Dumrauf, Amateur photographer
Lucas Dumrauf Fantastic work!
18 December 2017 at 10:51pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri Ms. Iryna... :) ... attrae e non ti lascia più andare via. ci trascina come dentro una vertiginosa spirale e ci spinge sempre più nel suo profondo...
e grazie per il gentile commento... :)
18 December 2017 at 10:51pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri David... :) ... and always very kind! thank you very much! :)
18 December 2017 at 10:51pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri grazie Alessandro... :) ... per il commento e per il futuro consiglio che mi darai così mi tolgo definitivamente questa croce del livello dei contrasti... :)
18 December 2017 at 10:53pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri Jos... :) ... a work with concentric frames that literally captures us and draws us to a single possible direction. like an obsession. a corridor without a church and perhaps without any useful function. perhaps more like a metaphysical labyrinth, suspended in a dimension, an eternal limbo between damnation and salvation. with no apparent way out. or maybe even better, an initiatory path. the way opens when you have stopped looking for it. or the way opens when the spirit is ready to raise its will.
those whom we meet within this limbo are only the reflection of the souls perennially lost in it. their research is not over yet.
still many questions... :)
18 December 2017 at 11:07pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri Maria... :) ... in my opinion, the choice to leave often the woman (however the character) without face, is not a "depersonalizing" choice. indeed perhaps, in this case, this choice helps us to identify ourselves with this condition. that seems a condition of despair and reassignment within a limbo with no escape route in which we apparently seem to be prisoners.

but I do not say that this is a picture that speaks of despair and resignation. I only say that, in fact, there may exist some moments of our life in which we feel ourselves confined within an inexorable destiny. we feel our life as a prisoner inside a labyrinth (or a pre-established path) that does not show us the way out.
So here we do not have a limbo in which it is not possible to go out. it is not an eternal purgatory. it's like a rite of passage. we are motivated to look for not the way out of this place. but the way out of our condition of impotence and lack of perspective and will.

any kind of ephemeral escape is just a deception that keeps us more and more prisoners in our apathy...

and thank you very much for the beautiful comment... :)
18 December 2017 at 11:19pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri Bertrand ... :) ... always very kind! thank you very much! :)
18 December 2017 at 11:26pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri and thank you very much to you, Gérard ... :) ... very kind! :)
18 December 2017 at 11:27pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri Ms. Frodl... :) ... too kind! thank you very much! :)
18 December 2017 at 11:27pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri Roland ... :) ... I like these concentric frame compositions too... perhaps they are a metaphorical example of my obsessive soul? I don't know... but I know you are very kind! thank you very much! :)
18 December 2017 at 11:30pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri thank you very much, Lucas... :) ... very kind! :) ... thank you!
18 December 2017 at 11:31pm
John Hwang, Varied artist
John Hwang Fabulous! Wonderfully done!
19 December 2017 at 04:41am
Jørgen Feldstedt, Citizen of the World
Jørgen Feldstedt Hm - I'm going to pass this scary but trustworthy woman-I dare? Where do I end? Absolutely a picture that puts the mind in motion - excellent work, Roberto!
19 December 2017 at 03:28pm
Michaela Sibi, Citizen of the World
Michaela Sibi Magnificent and outstanding work!
19 December 2017 at 08:10pm
Dana Winkelman, Amateur photographer
Dana Winkelman Roberto. It reminds me of a dream that I have had off and on for my whole life. It is hard to describe but every task in the dream seems insurmountable... impossible... infinite... So I can't even take the first step and begin to disappear. It used to terrify me but now I think I am resigned to it. This photograph is personal for me, like you were reaching into my thoughts. All the best. Dana...
19 December 2017 at 09:01pm
Egon Kronschnabel, Amateur photographer
Egon Kronschnabel Wonderful image, Roberto!
So many ways for own interpretation and storys.
19 December 2017 at 09:31pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri Mr. Hwang... :) ... always very kind! thank you very much! :)
19 December 2017 at 11:18pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri Jørgen ... :) ... I think this faceless woman is lost within this path that shows no apparent way out. she got lost in her initiatic journey and, although she does not seem hostile, however, she can not help us find the right path that allows us to exit. we are condemned to find by ourselves the path that will lead us out this limbo... at least, I imagine so... :)
19 December 2017 at 11:27pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri always very kind, Michaela... :) ... thank you very much! :)
19 December 2017 at 11:27pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri Dana... :) ... your story reminds me of a recurring nightmare I often did when I was a child. in front of me there was a pile of white flour as tall as me. and I had to transport this pile of flour to a second place, but carrying only a single grain of flour every single time. the task was hallucinating and the feeling was claustrophobic...
in this photo the obsessive theme of the arches appears. an obsessive repeating theme. it is not something that extends to infinity only in front of us. but it's all around us...
like a mental labyrinth. maybe it's time to consult a psychologist! :) ... at least, I speak for me! :)
19 December 2017 at 11:39pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri indeed, Egon... :) ... a single path opens in front of us. and in front of us there are infinite ways of interpretation... and thank you very much for the kind comment! :)
19 December 2017 at 11:40pm
Thierry Lair, Citizen of the World
Thierry Lair A sad report, an unrecognized identity and an impossibility to leave the path, a dramatic situation superbly staged.
20 December 2017 at 03:27pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri Thierry... :) ... a description, a story, which well can adapt to the lives of many of us... and thank you very much for the kindness... :)
20 December 2017 at 11:14pm
Patrick Vitali, Citizen of the World
Patrick Vitali Is she waiting anxiously for someone to go into the long corridor or is she coming out with sorrow of the same corridor after she parted with someone ?,
21 December 2017 at 11:06pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri Ms. Bea... :) ... an inverted MDE... from darkness to light... from a condition of chronic immobility to a first step to reach the possibility of a better life. this is an alternative interpretation and very positive reading of the photo. and I like it a lot... and thank you very much for the nice comment... :)
21 December 2017 at 11:24pm
Wilma Eras, Semi-professional photographer
Wilma Eras Dreaming.
21 December 2017 at 11:26pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri Patrick... :) ... come io dico sempre, io posso "fornire" la foto e da essa possono nascere tante domande. purtroppo io non ho mai la risposta ad alcuna di esse. everyone is free to read and interpret the image following his sensitivity and intuition. everyone sees in the picture what he is looking for... and thank you very much for the kind comment! :)
21 December 2017 at 11:27pm
Marco Pastori, Amateur photographer
Marco Pastori Questa sarebbe un'ottima foto anche solo dal punto di vista architettonico. Una struttura resa ottimamente, con impeccabili linee cadenti e geometria, e poi il susseguirsi delle strutture conferisce buona tridimensionalità e profondità. Ma vi è in piu' un elemento umano. Il volto indecifrabile e...quasi non si capisce dove e cosa guardi. Io pero' ho l'impressione che guardi al di fuori del fotogramma, verso lo spettatore. Cosa strana, perché lo spettatore è portato a guardare verso il fondo della struttura ed il suo susseguirsi. Strana. O meglio spiazzante e quasi motivo di una certa inquietudine e di punti interrogativi. Una contrapposizione di quanto è e quanto uno si aspetterebbe che fosse naturale. Perché io guardo verso il fondo e lui no? Che guarda? M? Cosa cela? Come al solito domande senza risposte. Interrogativi che emergono ma non si svelano.
22 December 2017 at 04:57pm
Marco Pastori, Amateur photographer
Marco Pastori Un ping pong per lo sguardo del fruitore: sfondo e persona in primo piano. Cosa c'è in fondo? Cosa vuole dire e capire la persona in primo piano. Ping pong per lo sguardo e ping pong per la mente ed il pensiero...
22 December 2017 at 05:03pm
Monika Cichoszewska, Amateur photographer
Monika Cichoszewska extremely beautiful place, light, mystery and title...
22 December 2017 at 10:44pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri Ms. Wilma... :) ... very kind! thank you very much! :)
22 December 2017 at 11:03pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri Marco... :) ... uno dei posti esteticamente (e architettonicamente) più "invitanti" e suggestivi per fare foto in Bologna. luogo che, paradossalmente non avevo mai visto durante i lunghi anni in cui ho vissuto in quella città. e ho voluto fare "ammenda" nei giorni scorsi, visitandolo per la prima volta... :)

detto questo, l'elemento architettonico può essere bastante, ma qui non è sufficiente. abbiamo un elemento umano. elemento umano "estraniante" ... che serve a conferire un tono surreale e metafisico alla già pur metafisica composizione... questa lunga via di colonne che funge da percorso iniziatico, da tunnel, da labirinto, da dimensione sospesa fra reale e irreale.
lei forse guarda verso lo spettatore. è anche la mia impressione. ma non sono sicuro di quanto l'osservatore guardi verso il fondo della struttura, cercando di individuarne la fine. perché la sua attenzione inevitabilmente finisce per convergere su di lei. che è elemento estraniante sì... ma anche di "disturbo", di rottura all'interno della foto. questo magari crea un senso di inquietudine e di mistero. Noi vorremmo guardare verso il fondo, lei guarda noi, noi non possiamo non ignorare lei. questo gioco di sguardi cela incogniti riferimenti. o forse impliciti? lei è persa all'interno di un inesorabile destino e sembra non essere in grado di trovare la via d'uscita. forse noi siamo condannati al suo stesso fato? come al solito... l'oracolo non fornisce risposte. solo domande aperte. a noi spetta il compito di interpretare le sue mute parole... :)
22 December 2017 at 11:17pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri Marco... :) ... in fondo, ancora, forse, c'attende un cammino infinito... e la risposta forse, la probabile via d'uscita, si nasconde dentro di noi. per cui, cosa serve chiedersi cosa pensa la figura senza volto? magari lei non ha le risposte che noi cerchiamo? :)
22 December 2017 at 11:27pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri and I'm glad you like, Ms. Monika... :) ... and for the title, we have, also in this case, thank Emily Dickinson ... :) ... and thank you very much for the kind comment!
22 December 2017 at 11:30pm
Yalçin Varnali, Amateur photographer
Yalçin Varnali Very nice!
23 December 2017 at 09:46am
Cornel Gingarasu, Art viewer visitor
Cornel Gingarasu oniric and metaphysical
23 December 2017 at 10:50pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri Yalçin ... :) ... very kind! :) ... thank you very much!
23 December 2017 at 11:32pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri oniric and metaphysical are two words that suit well to the image, Cornel... :) ... thank you very much for the kind comment! :)
23 December 2017 at 11:34pm
Yucel Basoglu, Amateur photographer
Yucel Basoglu Fantastic work !
25 December 2017 at 12:46pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri thank you very much, Yucel... :) ... very kind! :)
26 December 2017 at 12:39pm
Cecy Jup, Art viewer visitor
Cecy Jup so great! love it!
27 December 2017 at 09:19pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri Ms. Cecy... :) ... always very kind! thank you very much! :)
27 December 2017 at 11:16pm
Katerina Apostolakou, Art viewer visitor
Katerina Apostolakou Great work as always! Full of emotions! Love the title!
14 January 2018 at 08:49am
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri always very kind, Katerina... :) ... I'm glad you like! thank you very much! :)
14 January 2018 at 11:19pm
Łukasz Kałuża, Amateur photographer
Łukasz Kałuża Bologna ;) perfect workart
16 March 2018 at 11:10pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri Łukasz ... :) ... Bologna is always Bologna! :) ... and thank you very much for the kindness... :)
16 March 2018 at 11:22pm
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