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hollkj 16 217 United Kingdom
26 Sep 2013 11:51AM
Not an image that I'd particularly like to hang on a wall at home Smile texture, framing, orientation of skeleton however is absolutely spot on and I really like it.
viscostatic 14 47 8 United Kingdom
26 Sep 2013 11:56AM
A bit macabre but great photography.

Phil.
Ray12 Plus
7 154 1 United Kingdom
26 Sep 2013 2:12PM
Will I be remembered? I think not. great photography.
Ray
Irishkate Plus
10 42 118 United Kingdom
26 Sep 2013 3:10PM
Fascinating from a physiological point of view - well taken and presented
but not one for the lounge!
KateGrinGrinGrin
Mozzytheboy 10 710 4 United Kingdom
26 Sep 2013 4:27PM
My vote is for pure admiration of your skills. I shudder a bit but boy you are clever for certain.

Mozzy
Barr1e 14 20 United Kingdom
26 Sep 2013 7:09PM
Terrific.

Regards. Barr1e
dormay 10 1
28 Sep 2013 12:48PM
Thanks for the HC. Much appreciated. Barbara
Buffalo_Tom Plus
14 2.3k 11 Wales
28 Sep 2013 8:05PM
Excellent processing.
Tom.
STUARTHILL758 18 38 1 United Kingdom
30 Sep 2013 4:24PM
A great eye most would pass this bye ,well seen and presented
3 Oct 2013 12:15PM
well documented. May we know the story behind the pic.
dormay 10 1
4 Oct 2013 11:34AM
To reply to the last comment - I found this small bird in my greenhouse unfortunately dead. He had flown in through a broken glass but presumably couldn't find his way out. I left him lying around till he became a skeleton knowing I would be interested in taking a picture. I still have him as I find the skeleton fascinating and may take further photographs. Not a subject many would find interesting but I see a beauty in it. Barbara

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