Taken in Lincoln last weekend
Thank you to everyone who has been visiting my blog, and all who commented over the last week or so. I'm now back and will be catching up with your recent images.
Very well done, excellent sharp detail.
9 Apr 2008 5:29am
One of the best reflections shot I have ever seen. Well done.
9 Apr 2008 6:19am
Amazing image. Well captured!
9 Apr 2008 6:21am
wow! this is really cool. It looks so disturbingly real!
9 Apr 2008 6:26am
Wow, that's so neat! This is a really great capture.
9 Apr 2008 6:53am
What a strange thing to look at, and with great details!
9 Apr 2008 7:06am
Very interesting subject ! nice capture ... thanks.
9 Apr 2008 8:40am
Very well done, Richard! Excellent detail.
9 Apr 2008 9:41am
Wow that's striking, fantastic details and clarity, welcome back Richard:)
9 Apr 2008 9:42am
Amazing! Well done!
9 Apr 2008 10:02am
A wonderful picture - the subject is so unusual and kind of strange. I love the textures and lighting..
9 Apr 2008 11:08am
great great shot!
9 Apr 2008 1:10pm
Gosh! this is amazing, it looks like the pigeon thinks so too :)
Brilliant capture and very well spotted Richard.
9 Apr 2008 4:03pm
great image Richard - it almost scares me
9 Apr 2008 5:27pm
really nice I like the pigeon in the eye
9 Apr 2008 5:49pm
Amazing! Well done!
9 Apr 2008 8:51pm
NICELY captured!! And what an amazing "face" sculpture. The pigeon gives the visage quite a dour look.
9 Apr 2008 8:53pm
Cool and funny how the pigeon is where it is.
9 Apr 2008 9:43pm
Even without the pigeon, this has a creepy feel to it . . something in the expression.
9 Apr 2008 10:07pm
Interesting combination of textures and tones ... clever title
9 Apr 2008 10:11pm
A rather dramatic piece of modern art, and nice captured too.
9 Apr 2008 11:07pm
wow, cool piece of art. a bit creepy though. kind of like the face of the robot in the will smith "I, Robot" movie. well captured!
9 Apr 2008 11:14pm
he,he... :) the pigeon has the shape of the iris and I didn't notice him at the first glance.
10 Apr 2008 1:49am
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