Fantascape #13 : Stranger in the Night

Who is that stranger sitting on the hill tonight, in front of my window?

(the one in the house with the little tower…)

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13 Responses to “Fantascape #13 : Stranger in the Night”

  1. helenl Says:

    Better Not To Know

    Somewhere a stranger sits on
    a hillside. Somehow a light
    shines deep in the night.

    The man with the purple face
    has three fingers on his hand.
    He looks upward, face frozen.

    The buzzards have gathered.
    Is he dead or alive? A woman
    raises her arms, cries out.

    Is she sharing his pain? Sometimes
    it is better not to know. Another
    man sits—in prayer, perhaps.

    also posted on my blog

  2. Better Not To Know « Windows Toward the World Says:

    […] See Miki’s painting Stranger In the Night […]

  3. givethemhell Says:

    Hello Miki,

    a fascinating night scene, looking a bit menacing to me.
    Wishing you a good Saturday,
    Eva

  4. Tomas Says:

    The theme is sorrowful, BUT the Stranger in the Night awakens our longings – serves us the reminder of the light and thus awakens the dreams inside the viewer. Thus what was the flat surface of the picture becomes the spaceless wonderland – life without the strangers – the sense of being in a hug of love.
    The painters paint the canvases, but you do much more – talk with the ageless wisdome and and free your vievers from the pasive viewing by involving into the hearty talk.
    THANK YOU

  5. Susan Cornelis Says:

    Oh Miki, they just keep getting better and better. And the comments generate so much introspection as well. We each see ourselves in your -scapes and go on journeys with our own spirits. I keep seeing Miki and Kev as well, each muse to the other.

  6. Anangeli Says:

    A stranger indeed, but not a person. My imagination holds him/her closer to the flat top headed “ET” In spielberg’s fammous movie. It has an amorphous body that ould be anything. The shadows make our imagination run wild. Also, the dark alley with branching streets looks like a woman clamoring to the figure for something.

  7. marietom Says:

    toujours ces couleurs qui me font rêver.
    Merci pour tes passages fréquents sur mes images, et tes commentaires sur Thomas…
    Bonne soirée
    Marie

  8. Miki Says:

    @Anangeli
    The dark alley was meant as a tree as a figure… but I can see the alley now..and ET too!

    @Marie
    Thank you. I really find that you are a great photographer of a great model.

  9. anangeli Says:

    The effect is very “effective”. I wa snot sure if you had made the tree purposedly look like an alley or the alley was made to look like a tree. I like the many suugestive images and colors.

  10. anangeli Says:

    The effect is very “effective”. I was not sure if you had made the tree purposedly look like an alley or the alley was made to look like a tree. I like the many suggestive images and colors.

  11. mehdi Says:

    Coucou je viens de tomber sur ton blog (via un autre celui de pomme) et franchement j’adore ton style pictural… j’aimerai bien faire une acquisition vraiment j’adore… Bravo!

  12. Miki Says:

    Coucou Mehdi! Quel plaisir de lire un commentaire en français sur mon blog, je n’en ai pas beaucoup! Oui, Pomme, bien sur, je connais… une grande amie… une grande dame…
    Merci pour tes gentils compliments, et reviens ici, quand tu as le temps ou l’occasion. Mais moi aussi je vais aller te voir “chez toi”. Bonne journée!

  13. mehdi Says:

    C’est avec plaisir!
    J’aime vraiment en plus!


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