Datura Flower and Coyote Bones by Antaratma Images


Small (16.4" x 21.6")

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  • Deborah Hally
    Deborah Hallyabout 7 years ago

    wonderful image…I love your use of photography with other mediums.

  • botanicfanatic
    botanicfanaticabout 7 years ago

    I can only guess at the symbolism from the tags, but I’m drawn in and held… Would love to watch your creative process! :)

  • nsoup
    nsoupabout 7 years ago

    Wow that’s cool. I like the texture and tones. Really nice.

  • Tiffany Miller
    Tiffany Millerabout 7 years ago

    Graceful, quiet, striking.

  • banditart
    banditartalmost 7 years ago

    yes very emotive

  • Kaitlin Beckett
    Kaitlin Beckettalmost 7 years ago

    Love this one

  • bicozikan
    bicozikanalmost 7 years ago

    Wow that’s a crazy idea. I love the texture, really adds to the mood.

  • Craig Schroeder
    Craig Schroederalmost 7 years ago

    Don’t I remember datura as the plant that made Carlos Casteneda fly? It looks like the plant grew and blossomed from out of the death of the coyote. Such a delicate touch with a heavy subject (death) puts a twist to it. So different from Georgia O’Keefe’s cow bones, which seemed safe and scrubbed compared to this.

  • rkweiss
    rkweissover 6 years ago

    A simple yet beautiful, evoctative image.

  • Luke Brannon
    Luke Brannonalmost 6 years ago

    Simply amazing.

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