American Writer, Photographer, and Website Designer. Former career Fire and EMS Lieutenant. She/Her/Lesbian.
That is such a great pairing of subjects for a photo!
That’s a very strange but amazing and captivating picture. It makes fly my imagination.
These are very interesting pieces. It would really make a curious visitor ask about what these pieces’ stories are. I know I would love to know.
Still trying to understand this pairing. I know Tom is creative, he has reasons and meaning for all. Great job
It is really hard to grasp the understanding of artists. I will just try to enjoy the picture more.
Nice output Tom, is he the creator of that tool? Trying to see the relationship.
The pairing is such a nice and good one. Thanks for sharing this informative post.
This shot is very artistic. Its simplicity draws one in.
I feel like this belongs in a museum. It is a relic of history.
Fowler must have been a phenomenal artist. I wish I could see more of his works.
Is the head statue made of marble. It looks expensive.
That’s a light bulb attached to a water pipe. A very outlandish combination.
If only bulbs ran on water. Now that would be something!
I love the pairing of these two objects. Definitely open to interpretation making the photo a great conversation starter.
This is a nice up close. I really like this style of art.
The design of the lightbulb is awesome. I have never seen anything quite like it.
Who might Fowler be? I am very interested to know.
I tend to believe that phrenology is a pseudoscience. I do however like how it has been depicted in this photo.
The photo is simple yet overly artistic and beautiful. That is very much the style I like.
Yesterdays tech is todays marvel.I find it cool to see how steam can power things back then. Perhaps we can utilize this more. It should protect the planet more I suppose.
How do I compare this two object, a bulb and a crystal head with writings? I thought the crystal head represents a god of worship while the bulb is the light of love
Fowler has probably been a wonderful artist. I wish I could see a greater amount of his works.
Fowler was not an artist, he was a major figure in American Phrenology. Here is more information about Lorenzo Niles Fowler (1811-1896):
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