Soul Food by Duncan Peters

As we have the term “soul food” in music for sure something similar to this exists in photography. Duncan Peters, if he makes a portrait of a woman or a cat, even of an old abandoned car: he captures something like a soul staring into our eyes. As a blues guitarist I feel a congenial mood, watching for example his three pictures below:
1 – Dodge
Dodge
2 – Smoking
Smoking     {Explored Jan. 12/2013}
3 – Get well soon
Get well soon.
all three photos by Duncan Peters, Toronto, Canada – click on the images to enter his galleries on flickr
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below: me, self portrait, as a greeting to Duncan Peters, who discovered my daily guitar-videos:
Mississippi Delta Frizz (Selfportrait)
above: frizz, trying to approach the timeless art of the old masters of blues guitar P.S.: daily ranking stats of my guitar instrumentals friendly organized by dopiaza – the most interesting first: guitar videos
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websites: 1 - my daily wordpress blog "flickrcomments" at FLICKRCOMMENTS, 2 - photo pool at frizztext, 3 - flickr group BLOG IT!, 4 - twitter, 5 - my guitar, 6 - about.me

11 responses to “Soul Food by Duncan Peters

  1. Very soulful – including the picture of you!

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  2. Love these photos! Oh that poor little kitty!

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  3. I love your self portrait. Really nicely done!

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  4. WordsFallFromMyEyes

    Sorry I don’t have flkr, but these photos are great. The smoking shot is excellent – fully laid back in the act of smoking. And the ‘get well soon’ – aw, whenever I see pets with those cones on their head…. bless’im.

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  5. Oh I love your self-portrait!

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  6. i love your self-portrait frizz..

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  7. Great pix – that cat looks really angry and sure to seek revenge!

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  8. Soul food alright! Including your self portrait :-)

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  9. All are great powerful photos, and that is certainly an excellent selfportrat, Frizz.

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