Present's Heartache by giulband ()
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Man gets caught up in the anguish of present life, but regrets his past as a tender golden moment, made only of beautiful things, forgetting the negative things he has experienced. Likewise looks with hope and desire for a future that he imagines beautiful and bright. Why are we then so pessimistic and depressed when we live real life?
Image Comments (80)
rhol_figament () 2:40AM | Mon, 19 June 2017
Does your heart,
Weigh more than a feather?
What will the scales,
Tell about your life?
Did you have fun, did you cry,
Did you live and fly?
Jean_C () 2:42AM | Mon, 19 June 2017
Very beautiful and interesting interpretation of the difficulty of present reality, excellent work!
art-ella () 3:52AM | Mon, 19 June 2017
There is a grain of truth in your statement. You showed it very well in a picture. Congrats!
wysiwig () 3:56AM | Mon, 19 June 2017
Un esempio eccezionale di quello che Eesop ha detto duemila cinquecento anni fa. Non siamo mai soddisfatti del presente.
Richardphotos () Online Now! 6:03AM | Mon, 19 June 2017
your textures are the best. superb work and original
eekdog () 9:46AM | Mon, 19 June 2017
Great imagination and work execution. I have a image dine also with scales, will post later this week or next.
LivingPixels () 11:26AM | Mon, 19 June 2017
Thought provoking and beautifully ilustrated an excellent concept nicely developed Thanx my friend!!
thomasishp () 12:02PM | Mon, 19 June 2017
Good use of a scale. Great poses. It's another one of your great pictures that I love to see.
g1tip () Online Now! 2:02PM | Mon, 19 June 2017
Very interesting work and beautifully done, my friend !!!! It brought to mind this song from the recent past.
goodoleboy () 3:40PM | Mon, 19 June 2017
Just hearing and reading about the world's woes, be it political, religious, international or climate, would make anyone depressed and pessimistic. That said, a wonderful, virtually pewterlike, interpretation in this stark rendering. Keep up the good work!
Desgar () 8:17PM | Mon, 19 June 2017
People say it's best to live in the moment. Easier said than done given all the annoyances and tribulations that comes at you during the day (which in retrospect could be considered minor). Interesting art and words, Guilband.