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Everything fades

By 213hardy      
Just messing around yesterday afternoon, with skull and some fading tulip, not really sure this works or is daft enough for silly sundayTongue

All C&Cs welcome

thanks for looking

Den

Tags: General Close-up and macro Humour and fun

Voters: Philip_H, richmowil, johnke and 14 more


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Comments


richmowil Plus
7 310 1 England
5 May 2013 8:51AM
Nice Image!! I like it a lot!!

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johnke 3 223 15
5 May 2013 8:55AM
A wellcaptured still lifee...John
ColleenA Plus
4 317 3 Australia
5 May 2013 9:29AM
It made me smile, a lovely capture...not silly at allGrinGrinGrin
nonur Plus
7 17 10 Turkey
5 May 2013 10:07AM

Quote:It made me smile, a lovely capture...not silly at allGrinGrinGrin
Just the same.
Well done love the match of curves in skull/horn & petals. Regards, Si
Like it.. The colour tones & concept works....
5 May 2013 2:52PM
I really like it. Thought provoking too.
Did my skull picture remind you to get your sheep skull out of the shed?!
5 May 2013 2:57PM

Quote:I really like it. Thought provoking too.
Did my skull picture remind you to get your sheep skull out of the shed?!



It did! Grin Not the right flowers for what i had in mind tho!
pamelajean Plus
10 958 1818 United Kingdom
6 May 2013 9:17PM
Definitely suitably daft for Silly Sunday, but also it's good to see the old skull out of its environment, given top star billing, and cleverly presented with the fading lily. I think the "silly" bit springs from the flower on top of the skull, whereas the image would take on a more serious guise if the flower were placed lower down, perhaps under the horn, in that ideal gap. Alternatively, place it on the right side and leave the skull fully in view. Just my thoughts.

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