Paula’s Black and White Sunday theme this week is ‘Rhapsody’, this is what she says about the meaning,
Defined primarily as an instrumental composition irregular in form and suggestive of improvisation, then as an ecstatic expression of feeling or enthusiasm or an unusually intense or irregular poem/ piece of prose, rhapsody is also archaically known as a miscellaneous collection; jumble.
And this is my interpretation.
19 thoughts on “Rhapsody in black and white”
Now there’s a girl who’s not ashamed of her body. No crash diets or anorexia for her.
feels very Rhapsody like – so cool
Yvette is that you?
yes, sorry – ha this is my latest blog – but it is me saying hi to you!!!!
Good to see you ☺
thanks – and hope you are having a nice month so far! I am enjoying your pictures as usual
That’s rhapsody, Gilly!
You have done well. I am finding this one difficult.
Wonderful interpretation of quite a difficult challenge, Gilly. 🙂
Well done, Gilly!
Very cool indeed … great image
Brilliant, Gilly! Paula will love it 🙂 🙂 It’s spot on!
Wonderful choice, Gilly. I love the look of joyous abandonment of the first figure with her head thrown back, yet an all inclusive trio too. All girls together.
I love the full some body in the foreground: mad me feel as I did when I first saw the Venus of Willendorf. That’s my kind of shape.
I’d say you nailed it, captured a rhapsody, and your response is perfect answer to a tough challenge!
Fabulous sculpture, Gilly. It looks like my banner on my photography blog. The one I’m using is from the Spanish artist/sculptor Botero. He’s known for admiring voluptuous women. Is this one of his? Is there a title?
I like it very much.
Wow! Perfect raphsody Gilly! And works so well in B&W
Gilly, I am sorry I did not see this one sooner. I was away the week you posted. They look like three Venuses, and I am really interested to know where you found them.