Looking for meanings in words, images and sounds
Even I might quail if this were real!
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It doesn’t come near to your spooky things, but I thought you would like it anyway. Cheers, mate!
Yikes! Love the eyes on it though 🙂
I knew your warning meant a spider – or a snake. Is there a story behind this beauty and it’s placement? I love the reflection in his abdomen.
I’ve just bought 3D postcards of spiders and snakes to send to the twins – maybe I should stick them in an envelope.
There isn’t really a story. Just something I saw while returning from a boat trip in Calvi, Corsica. Kids that age love spiders 😀
But what about postal workers?
Someone had their own sense of humour here. I only hope none of the legs gets caught in the A/C: Yuck! Great pictures, Paula.
IT HAD TO BE YOU……
nobody else would have this terrific idea!
WOW this is scary
LOL he beats any we could produce.
I may not EVER sleep again.
That made me laugh out loud! And made me think of all those old 50’s sci-fi movies! 😆 Good one! And your music fits, too!
wow you wouldn’t want that one ot get in through the window! 🙂
Novel burglar deterrent?
Eek! You’ve got me scurrying for cover 🙂 I didn’t heed the warning.
Hehe, that’s disgusting. 🙂
Funny artwork. But what I find really interesting is the bright red reflection in the middle window.
I’m glad you mentioned it, cause it has the same effect on me, and I was there and I know exactly what it is the reflection of (city walls in golden hour). Thank you, Draco.
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