Leaving the Scene

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    • Thank you, Adrian. I always appreciate your feedback 🙂 I’m glad to hear you like it. Yes, I think there’s an air of mystery/nightmare to this. Originally, it came slightly out of focus, so I blurred it further and increased the contrast.

    • I agree. As a kid I used to have recurring nightmares of some tall dark featurless figure like this coming into my room to torment me. Sometimes it would smother me, other times it would pick me up out of the bed, growl at me menacingly and shake me violently until I would wake up out of my sleep just before it would kill me. This happened between the ages of 6 and 8.

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