Let me roll it…

“You gave me loving · In the palm of my hand · I can’t tell you how I feel · My heart is like a wheel · Let me roll it · Let me roll it to you …”
Play this most excellent song, i resisted putting it on autoplay and trusted you to listen to it 🙂 posting early on Sunday again, actually the first minute of Sunday because I find not posting on the weekends a little difficult! Plus I’m trying to cheer myself up coz full metal jacket is on, is it just me or is that a totally depressing movie??

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16 comments on “Let me roll it…”

  1. Cool portrait, nice details and processing!

  2. Love it!! great processing….

  3. very cool processing

  4. What a wonderful close up portrait. Love how you framed it…and the textures – as always – are terrific!!

  5. the commentary and the image match very nicely. Dramatic touch! =]

  6. Totally psychedelic, Elaine. I love it (and yes, I played the song!).

  7. wonderful portrait, creatively done. I agree with you…the movie is a little depressing. ;-)I look forward to seeing more of your pictures.

  8. superbe photo.J’adore “let me roll it”… et particulièrement la version de “Back to” en 2002. magnifique

  9. this portrait gives the a classic and emotional kind of feeling. nice work!

  10. definitely a depressing movie! very nice treatment, cool!

  11. A lovely processing for a nice portrait…so deep. Bravo

  12. Really cool portrait and unique processing that works!

  13. Wonderful colors.I really love how you edited this one, Elaine, especially since it was a good shot from the start, with that nicely nilled frame 🙂

  14. Very cool, the green and yellow tones really make this work!

  15. LOL. YES that movie is completely depressing! change the channel!! 😛 this is lovely — the decayed processing adds a psychological element here that complement the worn and textural lighting!! an emotional jigsaw!! beautifully reflective! xoxox

  16. depressing, yeah.. but it sure is a kick-ass movie.. 😀 nice work with the hubby portrait here.. 🙂

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