I am honored that you ask my opinion. But, as you know, I am amateur, so I am not sure if I can give you (or anybody) a constructive comment. I'll do my best. Despite of the green grass and the blue sky with white clouds, the scene have a little dramatic and painfully touch because of the tone of the colors. It is very good for that sentence you gave in description - ambivalence. The rip with the black background highlights that there must be the much deeper problem between two people. They are so tiny, they are so far, the meadow is so big, the sky is so big, the rip is so dark, so dominant ... She even has an umbrella. Against what? What is it so invisible, but yet present!? Still, they are facing each other. He is trying hard to reach her. She is standing, in some pose, like defending herself of her own inner thoughts and feelings. Yes, she is waiting. But - what!? Who made the rip, and what it presents? Etc. etc. Great work.
It's nice I admit that but it's also too simple and easy to recreate with the right sources, the quote you gave doesn't suit the picture since the picture can be read in many ways not just trying to find a way to be together, for me the meaning you try to portray across is weak and it doesn't speak out as much it could of been
your saying that someone thought that they could challenge their love by letting go only to boomerang back. This picture suggests that somewhere out there in the tall grass will fall victim to that black hole in the centre; gone forever. They never were meant to be together.
... going to be honest... I'm not the kind of person who appreciates this kind of artwork... its good and all... but its also easily recreatable. I'm the type of person who prefers something that is unique... something that can only be recreated by taking a photo of it. This is a nice piece of art... and it has some very deep meaning... but its meaning is easily recreatable... I'm not the kind of person who believes that a picture is worth a thousand words. Photoshop and many other such things have made many photo's worth only two words for me. Seen it. That's why I don't really like to delve into artwork... because then any picture can be made to mean almost anything. This could be taken as its seen, two people split by an endless gap... it could be taken for its deeper meaning...a couple forever split apart despite being within a short distance, either by other people... or society. Or you could just look at it and see a picture of two people on a horizon and the middle has been ripped up... But ultimately its been done hundreds if not thousands of times already by others, not the exact same photo maybe, but the meaning of the photo has been done so many times that its uncountable... Its near impossible to find a new idea in a photo... because in this day and age, pictures aren't really worth a thousand words... because most of them say the same thing.
No problem... btw, have you read my entire series? or have you just read some? I like knowing the VERY few people that regularly read my stuff... cause right now I'm sitting on 1 person for a Chapter by Chapter feedback.
Thanks, I will appreaciate feed back on Misguided Heart much more than Caged Birds... that second story sort of just came from a spur of the moment frustration... and ended up nearly destroying Misguided Heart, mainly I would REALLY like your opinion on how I have maintained accuracy to the main characters not changed by the context of the story. (I am assuming you have read Naruto, so you know the plot of the story. If not, then you may be a bit lost on some parts that I don't elaborate on.)