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Sunday, January 16, 2011

SUNDAY STILLS CHALLENGE - MACRO SHOTS




































 







































































These are all close ups of a piece of sculpture we have in our living room.  We call him "Dirty Eddie" and he was created by our friend, Bill Stewart.  Funk City!





































To see other macro shots, click Sunday Stills in my sidebar.

16 comments:

  1. Very,very cool!! looks like one of the Blue Meanies from the movie Wellow Submarine..:-)

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  2. Very nice, brought a smile to my face, and I think Ed meant "Yellow Submarine". :)

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  3. It looks so cold at your place you might as well stay inside and enjoy your fun sculpture.--Inger

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  4. Funny shots ! I was wondering what it was.
    I've published another sculpture from you on my blog of exercises for children : http://exercicesmaternelle.blogspot.com/2011/01/bonhomme-sur-neige-bis.html
    and the two sculptures on our puzles website : http://sites.google.com/site/puzzlesatelecharger/nouveaux-puzzles

    Now we're going to look after the children's homework. It may be almost finished (I hope so) and prepare the bag for to-morrow. They wake up at six and go out at 6.40, so everything must be ready the evening before.
    See you soon and thank you for your pictures
    Phyto

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  5. oh that is cool! your friend is very talented!

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  6. That's colorful and different.

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  7. I'm in love! Dirty Eddie is great.

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  8. Very "funky" and "fun". I like it!

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  9. That is really an odd sculpture!

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  10. The last shot of Dirty Eddie makes him look a little like a sheep :-).

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  11. That looks so funny. what a great macro topic. we had those cold days and nights last week. Brrr

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  12. I love this idea and your subject is perfect...more more more!

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