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Well, you have made a superb piece of art from this poor creature. I took a simliar image in NT but not as good as this. Excellent image for me.
I would have to agree with Max. A fantastic image created from something that could have been so easily overlooked.
Beautiful work-can you see the horse head ?
It takes amazing talent to take an everyday scene, if not one that is purposely overlooked, and present it as art in a way that is tasteful….. you have presented this so well that I can honestly see beauty throughout it…..
poor thing , nice shot , good color
Great, beautiful!!!!!!!!! very nice shot, Wellman
Brilliant! This shot is a true work of art. Who would think such an unlucky animal could finish up like this. In my travels I have passed many a dead Roo and never thought about stopping and taking a shot. Job well done.
what a disturbing shot (in a good way that is) – really gives you a insight into death (and life i suppose) – very surreal image but so brilliantly executed – somehow there seems something immortal here – maybe it is the fossilized feel to it.
Of course it’s in motion – still bounding along.