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Photo Art 2001
TotallyCool.net
Is the photo in the upper left a photo
of an Alien Spaceship that has crash
landed on Earth ??? Is the photo in
the upper right a Fossil of some sea
creature from a million years ago ?
Is this image a picture of some old machine
laying around a Warehouse from the 1900's,
is it a mechanical part to an old automobile,
or the back of an overused dishwasher ?
How big is the actual item you see ? You
would not know unless someone told you.
Is it only 5 inches long or 12 inches long ?
Actually, it is the side of a real Train. A
massive piece of machinery that literally
travels from one place to another. Although
you see a picture of an item that is not moving
it is a picture of something that moves. How
do you see it in your mind's eye ?
Rope Around An Old Iron Dock Cleat
Summer 2001
The Fashion Well
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