It's almost too perfect, like a movie scene by a profound director. If I let this be real, which I am sure it is; if I let my defenses down, then my eyes will water.
What a human! It's photo's like this that might convince a superior alien race not to wipe out our planet as a precaution. Excellent.
Class act with a sprinkle of grace.
I truly hate you. Awesome shot.
Brilliant. And not a word I throw around lest I insult the heft behind simplicity.
Thank you! The plight of the unjustly imprisoned and no one cares...I love this.
The chain makes this look like an excellent metaphor for the resistance to being restrained. TThe practice of chaining a pet has a disenchanting feel though. Of course, that could be an unconventional and humorousleash, but the possibility of less than savory actions towards this pet leaves me feeling ambiguous about this piece entire.
Poetic, a faint forlorn as we all are, yet full of hope. A gentle beauty.
Transfixed I am. Powerful...to quote Sting: A galloping light of white horses....
Gorgeous.....time to kill someone because the kitty told me too...grins (for anyone who thinks that was serious please go and get laid)
Holy sheet....ummm on second thought I'll wait. Excellent stuff...reminds me of the film 'Trainspotting' when they showed the worst toilet in London....
So Much Power Here (really comes through in larger image) The reflections in the eyes are outstanding. I will not buy a Tamron 90....I will not buy a Tamron 90....*shoulders slump as he goes to Goggle Tamron 90 Amazon*
Beam me up Scotty...ummmm hope there's no probes! Awesome and transportative..Scott Backula from 'Quatum Leap' could have used you.
What? Kinda comical....
I find this quite contrived and while still technically perfect, it left me cold.
Explorer indeed. The parallel here of where a human must go to create himself is just perfect.
Hysterical! I would have called it 'Oops, lost one!'