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Photographer Bradley Prue  Bradley Prue {Karma:30678}
Project #51 Silhouettes and Abstracts Camera Model Nikon D70
Categories Abstracts
Journalism
Film Format
Portfolio ASYLUM
Lens Tamron 28-300
Uploaded 10/5/2005 Film / Memory Type Lexar  1GB
    ISO / Film Speed 16
Views 797 Shutter 1/30
Favorites Aperture f/
Critiques 26 Rating
5.75
/ 4 Ratings
Location City -  Owings Mills
State -  MD.
Country - United States   United States
About Follow me. I know the way out.
I have cut a path, and been freed so many times.
But I always come back.
To remind me of what..
I am running from.
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There are 26 Comments in 1 Pages
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Bradley Prue Bradley Prue   {K:30678} 11/7/2005
Hi Michael... it was a mirror. If you ever visit Maryland, I'll show you this little shop of horrors... ...Brad

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Michael Alexander   {K:5293} 11/4/2005
Yep, I was waiting until you were done with the series before I wanted to comment. I just haven?t had the time recently. Brad, I love the series and I think I?m going to comment on them from back to front. First of all, how did you get this shot? Was it a mirror? Or an assistant? Nonetheless it?s a powerful picture to end the series with.
~Mike

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Roberto Arcari Farinetti Roberto Arcari Farinetti   {K:209486} 10/12/2005
also for me..
:)))
roby

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Bradley Prue Bradley Prue   {K:30678} 10/12/2005
Roby, Always so nice to hear from you, my friend! Thank you, again.. ..Brad

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Roberto Arcari Farinetti Roberto Arcari Farinetti   {K:209486} 10/12/2005
hi brad.. my friend..

is another marvellous play in the light and atmosphere, many many eloquent and direct!!
really apreciated, so good..

(thilo bayer have your inspiration for your last shot..)
roby

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Bradley Prue Bradley Prue   {K:30678} 10/9/2005
Gayle, thank you! Yup....getting under the skin of one and all.... I'm trying my best! ..Brad

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Gayle's Eclectic Photos Gayle's Eclectic Photos   {K:91109} 10/9/2005
Jeez louise,after reading the coms i have come to the conclusion that there are many scaredy-cats here at UF! See what you did? your images created a very disturbing atmosphere and perhaps touched some psyches here...hmmm? can one claim post-traumatic stress after viewing the Prue asylum series??? hehehe....."i'll neeeeeeever teeeeell"

Now,about this image....there is something very disturbing about ....your lifeline!!! ;>

Fun series,Bradkins...~saucy gayle (the about words suit your series)

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Bradley Prue Bradley Prue   {K:30678} 10/7/2005
Karen, you are so supportive...and I appreciate it so very much. Your words are always honest and insightful. Thank you!
...Brad

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karen clarke karen clarke   {K:18893} 10/6/2005
Part of me wants to reach out and part of me feels reluctant. The most scary thing about this all is the words you wrote about "I have cut a path so many times". Very haunting work and words. I am so glad that you have the ability to go into this place, as I know I could never do it such a thing, and share these images with us~

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Bradley Prue Bradley Prue   {K:30678} 10/6/2005
Jeanette, I knew that you weren't saying those things!! Believe me..I LOVE your feedback. You always add insight, and when it comes from someone of your talent..it means so much! Thank you so much, for your support and interest...
..your bud, Brad

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Jeanette Hägglund Jeanette Hägglund   {K:59855} 10/6/2005
No Brad, i?m NOT thinking that you are loosing you mind, not at all! It?s just the serie that are dark....but i never said there?s something wrong with that. It?s rather moving and as i said - strong!!!!

Jeanette

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Bradley Prue Bradley Prue   {K:30678} 10/5/2005
Jeanette....I'm really not losing my mind. It certainly IS a dark place, to say the least. The creepy factor was over-the-top, but I found it to be profoundly touching, thought provoking, and very sad. It has caused me to pause and consider the plight of those who's broken minds and spirits come to these places to be healed. It seems such a difficult place to be able to heal.

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Bradley Prue Bradley Prue   {K:30678} 10/5/2005
Janet...glad you like it! It enjoys being looked at...

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Bradley Prue Bradley Prue   {K:30678} 10/5/2005
Ian...very perceptive of you! This IS actually where they attempted to quell not only revolution, but self importance, I am sure. This was an interragation room, with double sided mirror/glass. The walls were tiled with acoustic material, so they could more more effectively play over and over, the recorded explainations and confessions of those being interviewed. Creepy stuff, mate.

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Bradley Prue Bradley Prue   {K:30678} 10/5/2005
Doc, thank you so much for your overwhelming kindness. I am most thankful that you appreciate the words that are attached to each image. You are very thoughtful..
..Brad

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Jeanette Hägglund Jeanette Hägglund   {K:59855} 10/5/2005
Your asylum serie are so dark and have a strong mood! I don?t even know if there?s any hope here at all - a wish there?s, but who knows. Strong!!!

Jeanette

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Janet B Janet B   {K:16139} 10/5/2005
Another stunning image in your series...well done as always, Brad. All of it very thought provoking....Thank you.

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Ian McIntosh Ian McIntosh   {K:42997} 10/5/2005
ooooh! a phone socket in the wall? a mirror? could this be the room of the quelled revolution?

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Dina Marie Dina Marie   {K:-1410} 10/5/2005
wow

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Dr. Pratim Datta Dr. Pratim Datta   {K:474} 10/5/2005
Brad, be careful...you are cannibalizing your images with your words.
They say that a picture is worth a "thousand words." I believe that your "few words" evoke unparalleled imagery. When combined with your par excellent composition, I am just lost calculating the multiplier effect:) Q.E.D.

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jude .   {K:14625} 10/5/2005
An immensely memorable experience, Brad, with a beautifully poignant ending. Your genuine compassion, insight, and artistic gifts shine through each image. I will continue to hear their echos for a long time to come.

You glimmer, my friend.

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Ivan Jimenez   {K:9078} 10/5/2005
Dont worry.. things can always get better:

http://edition.cnn.com/2005/SHOWBIZ/books/10/05/books.neilstrauss.ap/index.html

:-)

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Bradley Prue Bradley Prue   {K:30678} 10/5/2005
Jezabel, thank you so much. I am so glad that you enjoyed this rather dark series. It takes all parts of life, dark and bright.. to appreciate the full picture. I appreciate your kindness.. ..Brad

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Bradley Prue Bradley Prue   {K:30678} 10/5/2005
Lavendu, your kind words touch my heart, and I thank you so much.. ..Brad

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lavendu ...   {K:4882} 10/5/2005
my compliments for this series that is very moving regarding the photos as well as your words.
lavendu

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whoiswho t whoiswho t   {K:10700} 10/5/2005
dear Bradley,
i speaking again, i loved so much your "Asylum" serie.

this capture, conographical expression very pwerful in this serie, too...

jezabel.
my best wishes...

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