end of line

  • Posted Sept. 8, 2011 by Stormfish Viewed 6316 times
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the last guy you want to meet.

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      2011.09.18 Edited

      I think it is a heating vent!
      It's an admirable image and worthy of the fp. I also liked the one that followed it.

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      Joe
      2011.09.18 Edited

      Congratulations on having your photo selected for the feature page. Excellent choice.

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      2011.09.18 Edited

      Congratulations on FP featured photo! I like the second one even better......lol

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      Jay
      2011.09.18 Edited

      I really like perspective shots. This is really good. Good eye! Where is it?

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      2011.09.18 Edited

      Sincere Congrats for this FP ! Yhis is a very nice and original set ...

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      2011.09.18 Edited

      Fantastic!! Great photo- very deserving of FP and love the title too. Congratulations!!

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      2011.09.18 Edited

      Hey, congratulation for your FP, Michael! I can't think of a better person to follow mine.

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      2011.09.17 Edited

      Don't be afraid of the dead... It's the living you should be afraid of!

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      2011.09.09 Edited

      some say there are no ends only new beginnings... and thinking of it... that guy seems to look quite happy, as if looking [i]forward[/i] to something ;)

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      2011.09.09 Edited

      I don’t want to meet him, even though I find him handsome :)))

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      2011.09.09 Edited

      'jingle bells, batman smells, robin laid an egg...'
      that skeleton illustrates perfectly how would robin look like while laying an egg.
      on the other hand making him part of exposition - it's some kind of desecration of cemetery and/or corpse - even if that neanderthaler died a long time ago.

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      2011.09.09 Edited

      OK, here comes one of my pet peeves, since I've listened to MANY of yours :-), none parallel perspective lines! I would straighten those walls.

      What an ODD position to display a skeleton... kneeling down to talk to the kids about not smoking maybe? :-)

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      2011.09.08 Edited

      I was about to write "strange pose for a skeleton"... then I figured that ANY pose must be a strange pose for a skeleton. Nice idea for a vertical panorama.

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      2011.09.08 Edited

      This can't be floor drain, that would only make sense if it was the interior of a slaughter house...as for the guy at the end of the line: that meeting is unavoidable, no matter what we do...Great post, Michael, it puts stuff in perspective for us!