Poetry, notes, and marginalia by William Michaelian
Now that is just too cool. Classic face, classic photo....
What a great picture...!
Handsome and style-full!Denise,beautiful photo!
wonderful shades,great shot!hugs
Too cool for school.... Thanks, Joe!Thanks, Brad!Thank you, Aleksandra. I’ve passed on your kinds words....Greetings, Denise. Thank you!
This is you? Is this you? I've just been wondering on lines and what it is that makes us us.Have you been walking the hills in the country nearby with a stick over your shoulder, sometimes at your knee? I swear, I've seen you.xoerin
Very good composition and mood to this.
You’ve seen me, Erin. And I’ve seen you. And I’m glad.Gary! I’m glad you’re here. If you’ll lend me a dollar, you will be helping immortality to stumble on....Thanks, Anthony. And so has been this day....
Portrait of the story teller´s soul.Really brilliant, Gray October?? but a white shining mind.Excellent William, above it all, because it helps one to see more that the eye meets, that is, to see what is inside.
It's the last day of a sunny October 2010 in Hellas and we'd like to say goodbye to it by welcoming this sight for sore eyes--haven't seen a cool fedora like this so graciously accompanied by such pleasant shades of grey in a long, long time--it's about time!
what a beautiful balance of light and dark... yes, this is paintable!
Dude is a Dude!!Great photograph.~robert
Thaught first moment it's a pastell-painting of a - original classical idol... Compliments also to Denise, painting with camera!
That is always what we hope for, Alberto, and what we need, to be sure. Thank you.Vassilis, your kind eloquence helps dispel my mental fog — that gray which, for some odd reason, always is in season.Thank you so much, Rahina. At the risk of ruining your reputation, why not give it a whirl?Robert! Thank you. I’m glad you didn’t say “Dude is a dud.”Rudhi, I like your pastel reference. We thank you for your compliments!
I loved this portrait. Very expressive. You´re a great model.See you, William.
You look like a tapestry. Interwoven of many threads through sharp needles. But for the blood, look at the beauty!
See you, Crissant. Thank you.Hopefully I will dry soon enough not to stain your wall....
Okay--okay if maybe I paint from this?
Beautiful photo by Denise (just read caption)wv: snonism
Thank you, Jean. Be my guest. I’d love to see what you come up with....
William,'dud' means mulberry in my language so it would not be that wrong actually, :O)
In that case, Aleksandra, you’re right: being called a dud would be an honor!
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