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Thread: Inside?

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    Inside?

    Perhaps a preying mantis, or the inside of one of Skylar's Iris', or a rabid rabbit from Peter's rabbit hole?
    Anyway a bit scary yet beautiful I think.
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    I see a praying mantis...perhaps one that got too big a dose of radiation from the Japanese nuclear plant?
    I like this a lot Sandy. Well done.
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    Beautiful! I see a hooded cobra.

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    Powerful! Reminiscent of my first date.
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    MikeBB, I think you are right and you've given me an idea! This could be a 50's styled movie, "Invasion of the Preying Mantis' and Zombies Come a Calling."

    Thank you Muir, it is great to read what people see. I made one a while back where our mate Rob in Denver wrote that he saw a pink pig. We all had a laugh over everyones comments. These to me are really fun.

    Mike, now I will have a grin on my face all day! Mike and his first date-poor baby! lol!

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    Sandy - this is nice work.... certainly has a mix of floral and insect dna......but it does not feel scary to me... I really like the very light blue gray patches at the bottom... the really work for me as well as the ochre at the top with the brush work... using absolute symmetry in a design can be static but this work with its colors and textures really grabs your attention and holds it....

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    A beautiful slice of a kaleidoscopic image! Very nice Sandra!!!
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    Sandy, I see a beautiful backlit flower in all it's shining glory

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    Hmm, just don't show up in the dark alley!!!!

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    Love this Sandy, very beautiful colors, I also see a praying manthis

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