Travelling the twilight zone of JFK . . . . ground control to Major Tom, can you hear me?
Anna, is that good or bad? 🙂
It’s kinda creepy good.
In that “we are not alone” creepy!
poor Major Tom
Whatever happened to poor Major Tom . . .
This picture is somewhat different colors and a particular approach. Very good.
Thank you Carlos. The different look reminds me how it felt out there at the time, strange and other-worldly!
Whoa! I love the processing here, Ms. K! Especially with all those quasi-mod/aged/’futuristic’ looking fixtures, etc. The green / yellow is fantastic… reminds me of that rare quality of light you see around the time there’s a very large storm… kind of eerie… like your kind of expecting the unexpected… waiting for it.
Commencing countdown, engines on…
SiG, the future was such a funny place back then, even if it was only yesterday. This was not the shot I was looking for when I took a quick series with my iPhone but the lights masquerading as “ear-pods” tripped the spookies in me. So pleased you enjoyed the fun, thank you!
Hipstamatic is a really fun app. In this case it makes a very interesting picture out of something very mundane. The colours are amazing, they make the scenery look like doomsday. It’s definitely travelling in the twilight zone. A great picture.
Thank you so much Otto and you are so right about it being very mundane which indeed it was and still is! But there was an extraordinary strangeness in coming out of the terminal at that point, at that time of day to get the AirTrain back into the city (I was out there farewelling a good friend). Rather than feeling anywhere near NYC I felt as though I were out on a prairie, in the eerie isolation of the past when the future was all about someone watching and listening . . . Hipstamatic, beloved little retro app that it is, tuned in and caught how I felt. As to how other settings on the app might have rendered it I shall never know!
Great work Patti ,I love it 🙂
Big thank you to you Jake!
Still beautiful even if I’m a bit scared about twilight zone. The sky looks so stunning . I felt like I’m standing in a bare street and all I could hear is the echo of my voice. Great post my friend.
A bare street leading to who knows where . . . . ?
I can even see you.
It’s amazing what nature ‘s visuals can do.
and amazing what we turn around and do to nature.
Eerie photo. Really deserves your title; I well remember that series, and that’s how it made me feel.
Time travelling back to a feeling!
cool tones 🙂
Thank you so much Joshi!
I’m with Inky here – he called it! 🙂
He always does, you both do! Thank you Derrick!
thank Inky guy… he’s pretty sharp!
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David Bowie week over at Richard’s place:
I joined too!
This is so exciting! From Starman to Spaceboy, thank you CG for the link, great fun and here’s to 40 years of Ziggy Stardust!
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