I post these pictures thinking of Mike, and LOM, two of the most gifted “artistic manipulators” of photographs I have known.
To my knowledge these pictures are not the work of either of them, but I appreciate excellence wherever I find it.
The term “superhuman” comes to mind. It would be a great practical joke if the fellow in the last photo did a rug-shake just as a car was driving towards him. Flying cars are finally invented….my favorite though is the woman oceaning the deck.
We think alike about the “road” picture Emmi. We could create all sorts of havok if we were given control of a “road rug” like this. 🙂
FANTASTIC!!!! What terrific pictures. This is when I miss being about to have favorites that would be pulled to my profile page. I love them!
“What terrific pictures.”
That’s just what I thought when I found them Freedom……I have a few more which I will post sometime in the future.
Wow what talent – but I have to say the first photo is damn right frightening!
I would think this sort of competence would only happen after much practice and many mistakes.
I lack the patience for such artistry. I lack patience for most things.
Not much call for you to be a doctor then FD? (sorry that was really terrible)
Love this sort of thing. Especially liked the first one.
There is so much happening with the first picture…..intricate detail wherever you look. I love it.
The first photo reminds me of the ancient Japanese myth about how Japan sits on the back of a giant fish, so that whenever there’s an earthquake, it’s just the fish thrashing its tail back and forth. But I’m sure if my father could figure it out, he’d hook that big boy and land it, house and all.
Thanks for the Japanese story HG…..I do like finding out about all the myths and legends from around the world. I wish HG’s father all the best bringing that fish home for dinner. 🙂
Painting the deck works for me.
Keep em coming, GOF.
Glad you liked that one Pete….I find them all intriguing.
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