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Great Polonaise 2008-04-10 13:45

It's one of these never explained phenomenons...
Here, on Te - we have a whole bunch of never explained mysteries..
dead rabbit...
445 points for a total mediocrity and 6 or 10 points for a masterpiece ????
Photos of Brugge, canals in Belgium, sunsets over the ocean, orange monks and faces of India ...
And the list goes on and on...
Why we, the outstanding and the extremely talented photographers... Why we should try to explain this stuff... Eh ?

My proposition is:
Enjoy this photo immensely, folks...
Because it's worthy of your attention...
It's a good, photographic work, dear friends and it's not...
And I repeat: It is not (!!!) a visual proof od space aliens visiting our mother earth... (not this week - anyway !).

Give us those little monsters of your, Ken.
Don't spare us...
We can take handle it...


love

g.

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Old 04-11-2008, 01:08 AM
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You're right, the aliens didn't want to be in my picture because in their experience, human-taken photos of them are always blurry and never show their best angle. Of course, they're judging that by the photos that end up in the magazines by the supermarket checkout.

The alien teen-agers had been joyriding around the lakebed on these rocks, using some kind of jet-propulsion energy capsule, leaving cool dirt tracks.

So now you know how the rocks move. But don't tell anyone.

Have a great day, regards, Ken.
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