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Do You Hear That Lonesome Whistle Blowing Greeting Card featuring the photograph Do You Hear That Lonesome Whistle Blowing by William Fields

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Do You Hear That Lonesome Whistle Blowing Greeting Card

William Fields

by William Fields

$5.95

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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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This picture is about the sound of a train whistle. There is an obvious close relationship visually with two other images that I posted recently;... more

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Comments (21)

Charlie and Norma Brock

Charlie and Norma Brock

What a strange but effective and beautiful creation William.. V,F Charlie

Marcia Lee Jones

Marcia Lee Jones

The landscape is breathtaking with the sun breaking through the clouds. v/f

William Fields replied:

Marcia, thank you very much

Cheri Randolph

Cheri Randolph

William, Definitely can hear that lonely whistle blowing through out this melancholy scene. For me, that glimmering sun and the fading light meandering through the landscape is representational of the sound echoing there, loudly at first, then tapering off to a low moan in the distance. Perfect choice of song lyrics to accompany this one! V/F

William Fields replied:

Thank you so much Cheri! You made my day!!!

Luke Moore

Luke Moore

Wow stunning work William! The lighting is perfect and emotion is intense :) Love the large tree juxtaposed with the smaller tree in the background. Fav/Vote

William Fields replied:

Thanks very much for your kind words and support Luke!

Sandi OReilly

Sandi OReilly

A very serene and beautiful work, Bill, voted.

William Fields replied:

Sandi, thanks. You're very kind.

Doug Fredericks

Doug Fredericks

Awesome work here and love your Description. f/v

William Fields replied:

Thank you Doug. Glad you liked both

Allen Beatty

Allen Beatty

What a wonderful composition !! V

William Fields replied:

Thanks Allen, appreciate it!!

Justin Woodhouse

Justin Woodhouse

This image speaks a thousand words, I can see an album cover in this. Nice shot, V!

William Fields replied:

Thank you Justin! You aren't a musician are you? I think we could make a deal; )

Alan and Marcia Socolik

Alan and Marcia Socolik

wonderful!!! v

William Fields replied:

Thanks A&M

Sipo Liimatainen

Sipo Liimatainen

I really like your style, William! This one is just great work! V

William Fields replied:

Thank you Sipo, appreciate your kindness

Malinda  Prud'homme

Malinda Prud'homme

William, I just love your work. This piece is so beautiful! :) V

William Fields replied:

Malinda, you made my day. Thanks very much!!

Pamela  Meredith

Pamela Meredith

this is a beautiful image voted

William Fields replied:

Thanks Pamela

Anne Gilbert

Anne Gilbert

That is so gorgeous. v

William Fields replied:

Thank you very much Anne

Joan Carroll

Joan Carroll

i love the lowering clouds but the sliver of light on the horizon. V

William Fields replied:

Thank you Joan

Kate Brown

Kate Brown

Very evocative Bill! v

William Fields replied:

Kate, thank you very much!

Marcia Weller-Wenbert

Marcia Weller-Wenbert

Gorgeous image - love the title. The photo tells the story. v

William Fields replied:

Thanks Marcia

Mary Machare

Mary Machare

Beautiful use of a photograph to tell a story. I can see the desolation of the plains, here the wind, and perhaps a train in the distance. VF & daily favorite.

William Fields replied:

Thanks very much for your kind words and support Mary.

Artist's Description

This picture is about the sound of a train whistle. There is an obvious close relationship visually with two other images that I posted recently; Song of the Open Road and Somewhere There on That Desolate Plain. I submit that this picture is different in that it is about something unseen. There is in fact a sliver of a train in the picture. But, that is not what the picture is about. In a number of American songs about trains, the train itself is represented by the sound of the whistle. If a song could be seen, excluding video treatment of course, the trains in these tunes would be invisible. It is the heartbroken men and women that we see in our mindís eye. The train is ever missing except for its forlorn whistle blowing in the night. Here are some examples of those kinds of songs. I hear the train a comin' It's rolling round the bend And I ain't seen the sunshine since I don't know when, I'm stuck in Folsom prison, and time keeps draggin' on But that train keeps a rollin' on dow...

About William Fields

William Fields

William Fields, Artist Two Soaring Hearts, LLC www.william-fields.artistwebsites.com P.O. Box 293 Hermann, MO 65041 phone: 573.486.5252 or 314.578.5767 http://www.williamfieldsartphoto.com/develop/ Art is my passion. I try to put everything I have learned from every great teacher and through every mistake I have made into each and every piece with as much passion as I have for art and for life itself. Artists have been accused of being self aggrandizing, long winded, name droppers. I hate it when the critics get it right! In an attempt to diffuse those kinds of accusations, regardless of how accurate they may be, I am writing this statement today. Each picture I make begins with a germ of an idea. I visualize how I...

 

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