Discussion in 'Photography, Art & Design' started by Guest-16, 1 Nov 2007.
As title, GOGOGOGO
With the insides of your fridge, that should be easy.
Are there any rules on graphic content, being a family forum and all?
If not, I may need to go and revisit the woods in which I found this delightful scene.
WARNING: link contains material of a graphic decayed animal nature
That's just made everyone want to click it even more, hasn't it - lol
I might join in with this one... Not because of the topic. just because I now have access to some pretty decent cameras.
/goes to leave food out for a week.
By the looks of the EXIF data, October's winning shot was taken with a P+S. Don't put too much weight on the gear.
And for all those not in the know (not putting too much weight on their gear) "P+S" is "Point and Shoot" and refers to any regular camera you or your friends might have lying around basically.
I don't find that carcass offensive in any way.
I would say that close-ups of decaying genitalia might be pushing the limits... not the decaying leftovers of an eaten sheep.
There's beauty and repulsion in everything but what makes the difference is how much you exagerate the portrayal.
decay............hmmmmm should be interesting, i'll give it a try
If think if it's particularly off-putting then it should be a link, but otherwise, art is art. Yours isnt really that ill - it's not close up and putrid
Speaking of close up and putrid, Bindi, why haven't you been in IRC lately?
I never ever partake in IRC. Probably once a year at most.
A shame really.
Anyways, where is the news article with the winner of last month? and who won? (Pardon me if I missed it somewhere.)
second time I posted this. It's still on the front page! Takes 2 seconds to look :'(
I thought that was for last month. My bad... sorry.
(I really need that new memory foam mattress I still haven't ordered yet.)
It does say October winner.
I might try joining in this month... time to find some decay!
I wonder if chavs count as decay. lol, urban decay!
I think they do. It's a metaphor really.
You're harking back to "Urban Vermin" now and we know how that month's POTM panned out...
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