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Merge with nature: grow some pears
27-SEP-2009

Merge with nature: grow some pears



Part of the "Merge with Nature"


Faites le poirier! (sorry, I couldn't find a way to translate the pun, do the pear tree can also be translated as do the handstand)

Canon EOS 20D
1/125s f/2.2 at 50.0mm iso100 full exif

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Jeff Real05-Dec-2009 13:48
A magical image ~V~
Ann LT24-Oct-2009 23:29
:)))
XiaoBernard9920-Oct-2009 17:34
Bien fait avec ces lumieres vertes...
Julie Queybronac (Bryline)15-Oct-2009 17:52
Superbe idée ce poirier humain ! V
Marcela Mejia Photography15-Oct-2009 01:29
Great !
jlm14-Oct-2009 18:27
La vignette m'a fait penser à la famille Adams ;-)
laine14-Oct-2009 17:36
Such good sons you have...if you get hungry eat your subject :)
Sheila14-Oct-2009 13:16
Your long suffering sons! LOL!
Roe..14-Oct-2009 11:51
first glance I thought he was juggling..brilliant gallery..great image..
bill friedlander14-Oct-2009 00:30
Great smoke and mirrors shot. Great expression of concentration. V
Sofia Solomennikova13-Oct-2009 19:40
haha! Great pun and hilarious idea! V
an nguyen13-Oct-2009 16:12
Great, he got them all.:)
Wenche Aune13-Oct-2009 10:33
Great .
Ali Majdfar13-Oct-2009 07:03
Fabulous capture, ~V
Kaden Kratzer13-Oct-2009 04:41
LOL...great double entendre in English. :)) V
Cindi Smith13-Oct-2009 00:15
Oh, this is fabulous! I like this image. Your thought processes amaze me!
J. Scott Coile12-Oct-2009 20:27
oh oh oh it's magic... you know...
Martha Albuquerque12-Oct-2009 20:27
:))
Silvia Roitman12-Oct-2009 20:22
great!
Guenter Eh12-Oct-2009 20:03
A "human" tree...! Clever and funny too! Sorry, I`ve stress the word again - genial! ;)
Jean-Claude Liehn12-Oct-2009 19:50
Magnifique, mais (si je peux me permettre), la photographie serait meilleure si :
1) Les pieds étaient visibles.
2) Une rotation de 180° était appliquée à la photographie.
thomas12-Oct-2009 19:47
Jules must be envious ;-)
Eckhart Derschmidt12-Oct-2009 19:01
You must be a magician!