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Montreal, Canada

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clickA SF10-Oct-2010 06:37
Memento Mori... BV.
Marc Demoulin26-Aug-2008 07:36
Powerful evocation of death Craig! V
Tasty Orange28-Jan-2008 21:40
A Quazillion flies die every day and this one gets immortalized. If it had only known.
francesco scipioni25-Jan-2008 09:04
FrankB13-Dec-2007 16:50
it all starts with an idea...then you have to deliver!...magnificent...V
Edutilos23-Nov-2007 23:32
great concept. V
poetry66605-Nov-2007 22:35
Superb work.V.
Guest 27-Sep-2007 22:25
Wow! Well done. The way you've shot this makes this bug look huge to me.
Robyco17-Sep-2007 09:41
This is ART !!! (V)
Zeno Chen24-Jun-2007 12:30
This picture is just perfect! Thank you for sharing!
Keith Goldstein25-Apr-2007 12:53
Love this!
Bill Warren07-Feb-2007 04:52
The only thing good I can say about this is that it is the best dam photograph of a bug I have ever seen. V
Jose Canovas26-Jan-2007 19:05
A touching concept finely dramatized. Bravo!
Christian Chartier 24-Jan-2007 02:19
Graig tu es vraiment très bon !
You're very very good Graig - definitly !
Kaden Kratzer04-Jan-2007 01:38
Stick a fork in it...
...I think it's extremely well done!
: ) Voted.
Dan Chusid12-Oct-2006 00:19
Stick a fork in it...
...I think it's done!
: )
laine8213-Sep-2006 14:35
This reminds me of an old black & white movie where the scene backed out as the victim passed on :>) Great work, Craig. vote
Nadege Rostan04-Sep-2006 21:37
absolutely amazing!!!
Christine P. Newman01-Sep-2006 21:29
Do I ever love it! The others have said it better than I could. V
Lester Weiss28-Aug-2006 00:56
a very powerful image. and your sepia treatment gives it the feeling of an image made a hundred years ago. it's a beauty!
Richard Calmes04-Aug-2006 14:20
Gets my vote!
Chuck Inglefield23-Jun-2006 16:41
pick...awesome! I hadn't seen this one yet. This is really fantastic...a statement. Great processing.
Benoît Jolivet03-Jun-2006 14:36
Stunning !! Small world but the same tragedy, beautiful !! V
Guest 17-May-2006 12:21
Vote. Top class.
Oleg Birioukov16-May-2006 18:15
Before you die, you see The Ring... Bravo, Craig!
Guest 12-May-2006 00:28
Thought of Bunuel when I saw this. Poor thing.
carol j. phipps10-May-2006 02:05
Wow! Who would have thought this would make such a great composition. V.
Adrian Reilly08-May-2006 12:42
There used to be a dance over here called the dying fly:-) great shot if a bit grim. V
Vipin Mayer05-May-2006 09:19
sharp details,the light treatment is excellent.the light falloff to the corners is really superb.
René Lortie04-May-2006 01:20
Unusual pose and terrific nightmare.
Eckhart Derschmidt03-May-2006 08:16
Terrific treatment - Great image! GMV
Greg Harp03-May-2006 05:07
Terrific catch.
Steve H02-May-2006 22:01
!!!!! Pure genius.
Michael Todd Thorpe02-May-2006 21:49
Wow! Excellent.... very cool.
Rob Rosetti02-May-2006 19:45
Excellent subject (!!!) and treatment. V. Roberto
Sunny02-May-2006 19:39
WOW! This is awesome! Love the treatment!
Bill Harris02-May-2006 19:08
Terrific original image. V.
Guest 02-May-2006 11:43
The crazy thing is that this reminds me of a 1920's slapstick film, the scratchiness and vignetting and the fly buzzing round on its back, trying to right itself. You're dream weaving is intriguing Craig :) hope to see more!
Guest 02-May-2006 10:57
Parody of the reclining nude :P Serious gruesome edge.A strange paradox of horror and beauty.Superb fascinating detail and lighting.Your attitude has bite,and I like that.
Guest 02-May-2006 07:54
Worth the time and effort I'd say! Great work Craig.
Guest 02-May-2006 07:37
yes, crazy.
Guest 02-May-2006 07:19
Forgive my lack of sympathy but it's still ugly :). I was not expecting this at all from you! Very creative for a macro - is really awesome to think how skilled you are at processing now and how you can bring something Persel to any scene whatsoever. Voted
Guenter Eh02-May-2006 07:12
Knocked out - not only the fly! Me too looking at this spectacular image! Gigantic compo!
Antonio Pierre De Almeida02-May-2006 04:06
Renversante ! :-)
JD02-May-2006 03:30
How long did you negociate with the fly to get her to stay like that long enough? Very creative, Craig.
Doug Kessler02-May-2006 03:22
Strange and different. This gets a vote just for being so off the Percel path : )
Good going!
Ann LT02-May-2006 02:35
Now this is art. :)
Love the treatment. V
Sue Robertson02-May-2006 02:28
Can't stop laughing. Exactly where he should be.. dead. Great image craig. Well done.
Ray Rebortira02-May-2006 02:22
Black Bee down. What an ominous, fascinating image!!!
Michael Shpuntov02-May-2006 01:27
This is brilliant. The idea, the shot and the treatment. Really clever shot. V
De'Carr Studio02-May-2006 01:13
Awesome, Craig. Vote
AL02-May-2006 00:39
OMG you've simply turned something insignificant (and probably annoying) into a deadly beauty! Awesome close-up detail, lighting, toning and of course treatment. I chose to thing that it at least had a glorious death :> Voted.
laine8201-May-2006 23:55
Wooee !! he's under the spotlight and down for the count.
...duncan01-May-2006 23:40
Steve England01-May-2006 23:02
This is utterly spectacular....crazy..V
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