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photoblog image Nu Aesthetics: Watcher Of The Skies

Nu Aesthetics: Watcher Of The Skies

Nu Aesthetics: Watcher Of The Skies

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  • larawan
  • United States
  • 1 Sep 2009, 03:34
looks like a nest of some sort. interesting. creepy, but interesting.
vz-nostalgia: Holy smokes. Ms. Larawan has reappeared from nowhere. smile Welcome back, Ms. Picture (is that how "larawan" translates from Philipino? smile)
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 1 Sep 2009, 03:34
I love this!

Amazing what your intimate perspective has done to this simple object, VZ.
vz-nostalgia: Ha, Ray... and I thought you'd say "Scouting for a... mate". smile
I've said before Water Lily seed heads are so photogenic. Yours looks like an alien landscape.
vz-nostalgia: One can assume you are frequent to water gardens, Nig. smile
Looks like the alien egg pods in the film Alien. Cool image.
vz-nostalgia: It's been a while since I saw that movie, Chris.
strange object this is...
vz-nostalgia: ...landed on my backyard, Ms. Chantal. smile
vz-nostalgia: :
the eyes of stone
each night they scan the sky
in search of the illusionary wings...
No idea what it is..but its interesting VZ.
vz-nostalgia: ...looking at you, kid. smile
like some alien life form Victor, touring the garden again? has me puzzledsmile
vz-nostalgia: the garden never seizes to surprise me, Tim. smile
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 1 Sep 2009, 22:14
They look just about ready to hatch. I know what these are but not what they're called.
vz-nostalgia: Perhaps, it's time to start a hatching farm in my backyard, Ms. Ingrid. smile Who knows, maybe in these uncertain times selling baby aliens might prove to be a profitable business. smile Wanna chip in and be a partner? smile
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 1 Sep 2009, 22:28
I'm totally confused- a kind of mushrooms ,a kind of mossy bark? Your special- alienating (magnifying- fragmentating, close-up, angle) photograpic view of -probably- familiar, well known things around us let shine them in a new creepy or surreal way- and you like to confuse us and to stimulate us to decode the riddles- and I can hear you laughing loud at us fools, ja, ja, you sly-fox!
vz-nostalgia: LOL Indeed, a sly fox in me laughed very loud, while reading your comment, Ms. Philine. smile
  • Chris
  • England
  • 2 Sep 2009, 09:32
Alien eggs prepare to hatch...
vz-nostalgia: Don't be surprised to find a standard US Post Service package with a baby alien inside in your mailbox in a couple of weeks, Chris. smile
Moonscape? Opiate? Whatever- laden with some dread.
vz-nostalgia: How about an opiative moonscape, Ms. Jamoula? smile
interesting things happen in your backyard.
this is beautiful.
vz-nostalgia: smile I'm sure the things in your own backyard are not less interesting than in mine, Ms. Toun. smile
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 3 Sep 2009, 22:10
Despite knowing what this is, I have to say it could easily pass for the fragment of a skull. Nicely lit and a perfect point of focus.
vz-nostalgia: Thanks for not giving away the secret, Mike. smile
Wow..This is an awesome perspective...
Looks like my imagination of the craters on the moon
vz-nostalgia: you too, like Ms. Jamoula, see a lunar opiate in this, Satrait? smile
  • larawan
  • United States
  • 5 Sep 2009, 17:44
Man of many talents huh, Mr. V. So, can you also juggle balls with one hand while riding on a unicycle?... on a small boat? .. in a big storm?
vz-nostalgia: Your expectations are too high, Ms. Laravan. Only Jesus could do all those things. smile Though, it might depend on the definition of the balls. smile
I've no idea what this is either, but I like its creepiness. Very X Files.
vz-nostalgia: They are coming after you, Ian. smile
  • cathy
  • United States
  • 8 Sep 2009, 14:24
another perfect pairing of image and title
vz-nostalgia: Can't separate them now. Ms. Cathy. smile
So are you a Genesis fan? I thought of the Foxtrot album when I saw your photo title.
vz-nostalgia: I sure am. Though, more of a Peter Gabriel era rather than Phil Collins one. smile I haven't thought of Foxtrot though. The words probably creeped into subconscious and stayed there until time came for them to be put in use. smile
I'm a fan of old Peter Gabriel songs, too. Anyway, nice picture.
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