After the Thaw


Not meaning to be grim– though I spent all day working on things for my job, which does make me feel a bit grim on a Sunday night–but came across this in a nearby field, and thought, well, seize the day. And photo.

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11 Comments on “After the Thaw”

  1. Mama Zen Says:

    When I’m out walking and see something like that, I’m all about seizing the photo. My daughter? Unfortunately, she wants to seize the skull and bring it home!

  2. David King Says:

    You couldn’t let an opportunity like that go begging. Not possible.

  3. It’s part of who we are and what we’ll become. Good photo.

    Greetings from London.

  4. brian miller Says:

    ah, well if you are working on job things on the weekend it can def lead to these thoughts…smiles…its all part of the cycle…

  5. Very Georgia O”Keefe gone east. ;_) I love the way the teeth (or teeth places?) seem almost abstract, Escher-ish shapes.

    • ManicDdaily Says:

      They are teeth I think – I’m sure it is a deer skull so no canines (I guess). I really like the way they go with the matted grass. I was able to take from several different angles, nudging around – but this was clearest – most Yoricky. k.

    • ManicDdaily Says:

      They do look very Escher-ish – just looking again. Thanks much. k.

  6. gosh! I guess my mind’s eye wasn’t focusing on it, i saw an old ice skating shoe all mulched and eaten up… hhmm, maybe that’s what I look like to you now~an empty!

  7. Mary Says:

    That definitely is a picture worth taking.

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