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(April 1 - June 30, 2020)

Brian Richards

Stuck Inside a Mobile

Iñaki Rezola

Loneliness Time


Springtime 2020 in the north hemisphere.

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Last March, when I was uploading my contribution to 'Change', we were already confined in Spain. I uploaded a pic taken in January and borrowed for the caption the opening verses of the chilling 'Cold Turkey', by John Lennon.

When 'Confinement' was announced for June while we were still in seclusion, I remembered a couple of series of panoramas I made a few years ago, one about 'webs, wires, watchers and other controlling artifacts', another one on claustrophobic closed spaces, and some 'Heavenly Containers' that the late Pat Swovelin told me that he appreciated very much, and I decided to contribute one of them for this event. One on the lighthearted side of the series, for as the confinement is over here and life is returning slowly to its usual pace, the pandemic is at its peak in many other countries. I called it 'Loneliness Time' and wrote a small User's Guide:

1: Try to spot the two black cats at the bottom.
2: Guess where they're *...* the hardest.
3: Make a wish upon a star.

It is a simple pattern made with PS, only the moon is a real pic, and it does not intend to look realistic. I reworked it a bit in may for this contribution.


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