Photography I Can’t Escape The Ghost Of You Posted on March 7, 2019March 3, 2019 by Thomas Slatin March 2019Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostThomas W. P. Slatin Has A Few Tips On Photography And Writing For You Next PostAlways Another Room To Discover 20 thoughts on “I Can’t Escape The Ghost Of You”Amazing shot, Thomas… It has a very nostalgic feeling to it!Loading...ReplyThank you so much, Cryanny!Loading...ReplyYou are very welcome 🙂 Did you stage the marble on the window sill, or did you find it there? I am curious 🙂 Either way, it is an awesome picture!Loading...ReplyThis is a nice photo,well captured. I like this photo and the angle taken give it a unique look.Loading...ReplyIs that a marble? What a shot. I do like the angle of the pic.Loading...ReplyIt’s interesting how some things just happen. It seems like quite a long time since the house was abandoned, yet the marble is still intact in its place.Loading...ReplyWhat is the relationship between the photograph and the title…I’m quite intrigued..Loading...ReplyWhen houses are abandoned the objects inside start to look a little creepy, like hunted.Loading...ReplyIt sure the ghost of whatever that it because I’m the living part would have been alot better than this. Nice shot.Loading...ReplyThat’s a beautiful marble. The close up is great!Loading...ReplyI love the photo! I just can’t seem to understand what it has to do with ghosts.Loading...ReplyYou have a very good camera. Your photos are so sharp and clear!Loading...ReplyI remember playing with marbles a lot when I was young. This picture really takes me back 🙂Loading...ReplyI like how most of the background is blurred a bit so as to bring focus to the marble. Great technique there.Loading...ReplyThis photo reminds me of my lively childhood days. Back when my brothers and me play marbles outside our house. Bringing back the old good memories I had.Loading...ReplyA marble on a window. I miss my childhood days. I used to play it.Loading...ReplyHaven’t seen a marble like that in a long while. Used to play with some of those back in my childhood. Sure brings back some memories.Loading...ReplyCute marble as the subject! Gives a nostalgic feel to it.Loading...ReplyGhost of who? a bad memory? Anyway, good shot of a closed space. I would prefer the open window for sure.Loading...ReplySome objects are metaphoric. Their presence carries memories of certain people or events and they tend to connect us to them.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.