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First Impressions: What Does This Photograph Mean To You?

Shout out in comments what comes to mind when viewing this photograph.

Welcome to Patch's new weekly feature where Patch will present readers with a work from a local artist and ask our readers to comment on what the work means to them. The following week, Patch will let the artist have their say and tell us what were thinking when they created the piece.

This week, we are featuring a photograph by East Quogue photographer Meryl Spiegel, who will be curating this post going forward.

How does this piece make you feel? Comment below.   

To find out what the piece means to the artist, click here.             

GJO January 19, 2013 at 04:31 PM
It reminds me of how I used to look at life....with my eyes squinting...only seeing the shadows and outlines. Afraid to look at reality. Thank goodness for 2 things, I now see life as it is..I grew up, and realized I needed prescription glasses. Enjoyed your work.
Amy Worth April 10, 2013 at 01:24 AM
Appealing image for it's composition and color. It appears fresh and vibrant with dynamic movement and rhythm. It has a youthful and optimistic feeling to me for it's energy.
Joann September 13, 2013 at 01:10 PM
I like the look...I think of a fashion ad for one of the top designers...The designers that don't actually show the clothes, but a catchy image that draws you in to look further about what's being advertised....it's exciting...
Bobbi Mastrangelo January 24, 2014 at 02:41 PM
It's a Fleeting Moment. Tempus Fugit. Life flies by too quickly. Always enjoy the Moment.
Gerry Vazquez March 28, 2014 at 01:50 PM
Interesting image. The misalignment is perhaps not be w/the photographed woman but w/viewers. We look at people and then make things up about them -- as this image and comments here document.


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