dang...quite the statement...i would not want to be held behind a fence....my freedom restricted....i would not want my art restrained either...
Very cleverly, and effectively, done.
The fence puts an entirely different perspective on that photo, doesn't it? Very clever, Helen!
Oh well done Helen! And thank you for your kind words on my blog. (hug)
Oo...fenced in! Nasty... Clever twist for this Mag. :)
You've done it again! Adding the fence makes such a difference to the feel of the picture!
Well done...I had trouble with this photo, too.
This is so clever!
Struggles! if we relax we may fare better! love what you did with the photo!
ie yie yie Helen....stuck in a bramble bush of life's creation. Excellent!
Clever wabbit :)
Excellent and edgy.
Excellent, and love what you did with the photo.
Very enigmatic..a terrific take..and scary, indeed.
That sounds like the general human condition!
Definitely the most creative use of the photo prompt I've seen today. Nicely done.
A creative use of the prompt and mixed media :).
Amazing... and I do hope you find your way home. :-)
great re-purposing of the photo and a wonderful poem - thanks for stopping by too
Trapped behind a fence as normally does in real life. We can't have our own way all too often. Nice visual adaptation, Helen!Hank
...very clever... and yes, super creative... your take of the prompt gives me additional way to view and reflect on the image... great!smiles...
The way home....yes, I love this Helen! :-)
Yeah i get the Xmas suffocating thing , Helen. Thanks , have a good one
Oh well done - really like this HelenAnna :o]
How clever are you. That is brilliant (as usual). The urgency in those words made me feel like going and saving someone. Have you ever tried writing those 100 word sotry contests the Readers Digest have? You would be great at this I think.
emotion and art restrained never a good combination