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Konica-Minolta DiMAGE A200
1/40s f/7.1 at 8.7mm iso50
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Yes, amigo, this is one of the kind "Train of Submissions"....
O most wonderfully evil one, you portray a ferociously, dark and violent world, full of extreme sexual symbolism. With this striking, superbly colored photo, one can use one's imagination to analyze life's constant struggle .... the ageless struggle of women (symbolized by the battered skirt) to defend themselves from the aggressive, loco-motive, thrusting nature of man. The huge hole in the skirt is symbolic of man's sheer force and one-track minded determination in this regard. We men are certainly an evil bunch,,,, and some of us, who have transcended to this ultimate level of understanding are destined to be inducted into the society of bugs, bupkas and borscht, and to receive the title of "ultimate nudnick." Ciao Amigo, Michael.
Beautiful. The blistering copper paint and the ferrous oxide is so great to look at. I think it would be great to drive
a car with this finish...V
wonderful colors and textures V
Your images unmistakably recognizable dude :-) Great work with colors and texture as usual. Vote.
You see beauty and art is everywhere! Great image! V