Friday, March 14, 2008

Marilyn in Prison?


No for sure. She's and ever been a free spirit. I took this photo out of from a closed (because late in the night) gallery.

No di sicuro. Lei è ed è sempre stata uno spirito libero. Ho scattato questa foto fuori da una galleria ormai chiusa perché tardi.
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12 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

Nice shot, Fabrizio. I saw Marilyn Monroe for the first time in my life on the first issue of Playboy Magazine on an Army bunk bed in Japan in 1953. It was Hugh Hefner's first issue and he is still in business publishing his famous magazine.

mikeacoyle said...

I like the effect with the closed shutters. One can read many things into it if one wants to. Interesting.

Ken said...

Very interesting shot

Rhys said...

This picture reminds me of the movie advertisment for 27 dresses.

Kate said...

Ah, Fabrizio! You, too, have succumbed to the charms of Marilyn? It's a great poster and a fine photo!

Chuck Pefley said...

Clever of you, Fabrizio, to put the bird in a cage. -:)

("bird" is a British word used sometimes used informally to refer to a young woman or girlfriend)

Sonia said...

Amazing photo, Fabrizio!

Have a bice weekend!

gizelle said...

Great scoop there! She doesn't seem to mind being imprisoned hihi. Good day!

b.c. said...

nice shot, noir...

Sailor Girl said...

BEAUTIFUL!!!!

(Dear Fabrizio, can you check the translation from italian to english on my today's post at Atlântico Azul??? THANK YOU!!!)

Nikon said...

Great shot, like someone mentioned, you can read a lot into the symbolism!
She was unique!

Kuanyin said...

I like the impact of the metaphor. Good one!