wordless wednesday: mummy!


24 comments:

  1. What a hoot. Looks like one of those sand dollar things.

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  2. Mum's the word!

    Paging Bib Michelin!


    Love the profile pic of you shooting - very nice and Daryl :)



    Aloha from Waikiki;

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    but I'm still posting! :(

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  3. Do they move about at night when
    no one is watching ??

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  4. One is saying, "Good morning, Your Royal Dryness!"

    (okay, I stole that from Archy the cockroach in Archy & Mehitabel)

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  5. Such a cool image Daryl, like all the reflections in the window too.

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  6. These are great! I've never seen them (not that I'm in the city all that often).

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  7. I love their stripy colors
    the reflections in this shot are wonderful Daryl along with that big block of sunlight that seems to have been placed there

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  8. love them!
    ..and they look so relaxed for mummies..lol

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  9. I want to know how they were made. By hand? Machine? I've never seen anything like this! Love the colors!

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  10. I'm with Paxie, in that I'd love to know the process involved. Were there individual pieces carved and then layered from the bottom up? Or were things layered and then carved? Or was it one piece of stone, carved and dyed? Or...?

    Fascinating, in any case.

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  11. Okay ... is that stone? Love the multi-color effect ...

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  12. Now that is something you don't see everyday! Neat.

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  13. I'm speechless. Great eye, Daryl!

    p.s what's up with your Morning Glories, Girl?

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  14. What to do with stale Matzo? love the whole shot.. well done.

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  15. Not your Mummy's mummies:) Another amazing shot with all the varied angles and textures. Loves it.

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  16. Never seen anything like it. Very creative. I wonder if these are outside a museum.

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