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Future Echoes.

By Tooma
ONE FROM MO.

The final image from MO's trilogy.

"Future Echoes"

"Last one in the "Echoes" series. Not sure she is observing the rules of social distancing. Looks a bit too cheek by jowl to be healthy. Let's hope none of them sneezes....or would they all simultaneously sneeze? Or would it be one after the other.....or would it be...Ach, I can't be bothered with this anymore. Here 'tis anyway. I'm off for a biscuit and a cup of tea and then I'm going to blankly stare out an upstairs window for the fortieth time today, while idly wondering what a cross between a pigeon and a ferret would look like. Ta ta."




Tags: Digital manipulation Digital art Arty Digi-art

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richmowil Plus
11 411 2 England
30 Mar 2020 8:57AM
Impressive!

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bluesandtwos 10 426 1 England
30 Mar 2020 10:58AM
I believe a pigerret would resemble a flying furry flapper with a propensity to particularly pongy pooing, God help those poor statues!

The eyes, the eyes, they are doing that thing to me again......

Dave
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4 2.1k 3 Scotland
30 Mar 2020 11:36AM

Quote:I believe a pigerret would resemble a flying furry flapper with a propensity to particularly pongy pooing, God help those poor statues!

The eyes, the eyes, they are doing that thing to me again......

Dave



I like to think that "Pirret" would be the preferable nomenclature......

The rare, elusive Pirret has a mix of fur and feathers,
Which truly is a splendid mix for flying in all weathers.
It has a most endearing face and two small furry feet.
Its feathers are a wondrous sight, it preens them to stay neat.

A friendly, clean and beak-less bird, a marvel of the skies.
It truly is a puzzle trying to figure how it flies.
But when it spreads its fluffy wings and takes off on its flight,
You'll gasp in awe and wonder at this furry, feathered sight.


bluesandtwos 10 426 1 England
30 Mar 2020 11:43AM

Quote:
Quote:I believe a pigerret would resemble a flying furry flapper with a propensity to particularly pongy pooing, God help those poor statues!

The eyes, the eyes, they are doing that thing to me again......

Dave



I like to think that "Pirret" would be the preferable nomenclature......

The rare, elusive Pirret has a mix of fur and feathers,
Which truly is a splendid mix for flying in all weathers.
It has a most endearing face and two small furry feet.
Its feathers are a wondrous sight, it preens them to stay neat.

A friendly, clean and beak-less bird, a marvel of the skies.
It truly is a puzzle trying to figure how it flies.
But when it spreads its fluffy wings and takes off on its flight,
You'll gasp in awe and wonder at this furry, feathered sight.





Genius!!! GrinGrinGrin

Dave
30 Mar 2020 1:42PM
I've never come across the poem so that's a treat in itself!
The image, as always, is glorious and I particularly like the gradations in tone and colours as well as the linear elements. And, as so often with Mo's images, the eyes have it. Splendid! 🙂 👍
mac Plus
18 6 Scotland
30 Mar 2020 1:52PM
"Oh! The gift to gee" that I could produce poetry so easily! Does that rhyme?
An excellent image to finish the series so congratulations to Mo.
Ian
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4 2.1k 3 Scotland
30 Mar 2020 2:50PM

Quote:I've never come across the poem so that's a treat in itself!
The image, as always, is glorious and I particularly like the gradations in tone and colours as well as the linear elements. And, as so often with Mo's images, the eyes have it. Splendid! 🙂 👍



It was dashed off this morning. How could one not be inspired to poetry by the marvellous mental image of a glorious Pirett, taking to the wing and soaring majestically above the water sanitation plant. Gorgeously silhouetted in the sunset as it swoops and dives around the Phosphate fertiliser factory.

Incidentally there have been some curious sights spotted near that fertiliser factory over the years. Mr Flanntree insists that one evening last year, as he made his way home from Zumba class, he saw a creature that looked like a cross between a duck billed platypus and a koala, sitting on top of the chief foreman's Ford Capri.

It transpired that a combination of low blood sugar from all the Zumba bobbing and jigging, and the fact that the foreman had left his backpack and baseball cap sitting on the roof of his car as he bent down to tie his shoelace, answered that little mystery. But, honestly Graham, I don't think Zumba fatigue and backpacks can be the explanation for all the odd things sighted around that factory......or could it?
Lillian Plus
10 23 17 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2020 10:18PM
Oh well sense of humour is still about.
A lovely composition you have presented to us
RLF Plus
10 18 4 United Kingdom
31 Mar 2020 8:04AM
Another fine creative piece of art
Rob
tonyng 10 11 3 United Kingdom
31 Mar 2020 4:13PM
Yes.... I do like this.
1 Apr 2020 10:54AM
A beautiful finale to this terrific series Mo & Tom
Ian

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