Gloria - Van Morrison - circa 1964 by daggerwilldo ()
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Gloria - Van Morrison - circa 1964
She comes around here
Just about midnight
She make me feel so good, Lord
I want to say she make me feel all right
Comes a-walkin' down my street
Then she comes up to my house
She knock upon my door
And then she comes to my room
Yeah, and she make me feel all right
I want to thank 'brain1969' for his awesome 'just4renders - FLOOR 2. ' With its wonderful geometric construction, its easy to use camera presets, and its included hrdi maps for the outside environment, it is the perfect setting for me to use for this remembrance of a time long ago. That remembrance from long ago is now set in a very modern surrounding.
So I now offer you Gloria..
"Gloria" is a song that was written by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison, and originally recorded by Morrison's band 'Them' in 1964 The song became a rock staple and a part of many garage bands' repertoires. When I was about 14 years old, I joined my first band. We were as lousy as all get out, but we had attitude. We played parties and Junior High school dances mostly. On occasion we worked in dumpy teen dance clubs. Even though we were to young to do it legally, we got hired because we worked really cheap.
That was where I met my first older woman. At 16 years old, she was so very worldly to a 14 year old boy like me. And ... she was a Junior at a local High School. She taught me the fine art of making out behind the gym. So, wherever she is today, she will always be my 'Gloria.'
Thanks for your views and comments. They really mean a lot to me. You all have been so very kind to me and you all are very special to me.
Be Well and Stay Safe ...Dag
Image Comments (26)
lwperkins () 9:59PM | Sun, 06 December 2020
I love the contrast between the silver walkway and her dark legs--she looks both predatory and magnificent. I like having her face hidden, too!
JohnnyM () 8:16AM | Mon, 07 December 2020
Excellent render and a great story to go along with! It's so nice that you can reminiscence about moments in your life, through your art! Well done! :-)
Kordouane () 9:08AM | Mon, 07 December 2020
Wow !! A superb quality, so realistic, it looks like a photo, congratulations, it's very nice work
eekdog () 10:03AM | Mon, 07 December 2020
There she was just walking down the street.
I agree with Iwperkins.
gaius () 11:28AM | Mon, 07 December 2020
Her name is G.L.O.R.I.A...wonderful song and wonderful tribute.
iborg64 () 4:47PM | Mon, 07 December 2020
Wonderful scene and render and an excellent choice for the POV
RodS () Online Now! 7:32PM | Mon, 07 December 2020
I'm one of those guys that played the living daylights out of that song...
Love your interpretation here, good sir!
Richardphotos () 9:50PM | Mon, 07 December 2020
superb use of his model of the people movers at Love Field Dallas . for some reason, I had a flash of Bennie Hill approaching a person with beautiful blond hair at a pub only to find out it was the old man that was a regular on his show.
she is very sensually dressed
MeInOhio () 11:18AM | Tue, 08 December 2020
Nice image! I only know a few Van Morrison songs. Brown Eyed Girl and Dusty Springfield record "Tupelo Honey" on her Cameo album.
Radar_rad-dude () 1:28AM | Wed, 09 December 2020
Very nice work on this fantastic image! Most excellent presentation!
KarmaSong () 1:22PM | Wed, 09 December 2020
A wonderwoman superbly designed and set in this urban environment. She rocks ! I had forgotten a bit about Van Morrison, but he was rather popular in France back then. Many thanks for sharing this awesome composition, Dag ! 👨