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  1. January 19, 2014

    I really like that this is so different from the majority of the work here while still fitting in. It shows your range.

    Are these used as gargoyes?

  2. December 22, 2013

    Charming encounters ! 😉

    • December 23, 2013

      I know. V untypical photograph for the canary. I usually prefer skin, fur and feathers on skulls and bones.

  3. December 22, 2013

    But I admire their work to decorate Tomb stone.

  4. December 22, 2013

    They are a bit scary. Death is scary. Anyway it scares me!

    • December 22, 2013

      They are scary, I agree. Funny enough, this is no tomb stone decoration (which would make sense) but I found those guys all over the facade of a dome/church in Germany. Maybe it’s just me, but this sort of decoration doesn’t come across as very welcoming;)

      • December 22, 2013

        It is perhaps a reminder of our mortality.

      • December 22, 2013

        It certainly is although not a very subtle one;)

  5. December 22, 2013

    Oh, these are wonderful! Where are they?

  6. December 22, 2013

    Das ist ja krass…

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