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A great picture.. looks very pagan!
2 Feb 2008 7:53am
I would LOVE to know more about this, Calusarus. It reminds me of a crime scene, when they draw the outline of where a victim fell. But I doubt that that's what's going on here.
2 Feb 2008 10:01am
@Ginnie: Not really a crime scene. Only an initiation to Landart for Children.
I agree with Acotfot - it does look pagan, I would say it is the "Green Man"
2 Feb 2008 10:09am
@Ina: Thanks a lot.
Nice shot. But I have no clue what it is? I love the leading lines...
2 Feb 2008 10:30am
@Sujit Sudhi: They are people. Wait till tomorrow to see another shot, maybe more clear.
Great capture, very mysterious.
2 Feb 2008 11:35am
@Scarabaeus: Thank you for the comment.
Mysterious and interestng capture...love to know the story behind it
2 Feb 2008 12:35pm
@Jen: Just a pleasant moment for children. A landart contest. Thanks for coming, and commenting.
2 Feb 2008 12:53pm
@Sumedh: Thanks for the comment.
Landart for children - what a great idea. Good capture!
Thank you for your visit to my Civil War soldier.
2 Feb 2008 1:15pm
@Judy: And they spent a good time to their creation. Thanks for stopping and commenting.
2 Feb 2008 3:36pm
@justin: Thank you
A very provocative and eye-catching image. I'm still looking at it and giving it my own interpretation.
This makes an excellent post...and something to think about!
2 Feb 2008 4:17pm
@don: Thanks for your nice comment.
I agree with a previous comment - it's like an artistic version of a crime scene. Delightfully unusual photo!
2 Feb 2008 6:27pm
@Jewlya: Thank you.
I've never thought about a crime scene with this photos. And 2 comments about the idea, I'm surprised.
Belle image surprenante qui rend notre imagination fertile!
2 Feb 2008 9:08pm
@standley: Merci du commentaire. Je n'avais pas idée en postant cette photo qu'elle surprendrait autant.
This made me think about Andy Goldsworthy, maybe he had this kind of initiation when he was a child :D
I only can imagine what great fun they had doing this :)...further more it produced a great picture!
2 Feb 2008 10:58pm
@L.Reis: The comparison with A. Goldsworthy is very kind for the children. Thank you.
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