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Very intriguing and very different, but I do like it, interesting.

Tony

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The image may inspire some interesting fairly tale.

 

How should I read the title, by the way?

 

EDIT:

 

Oh, "Pegeon"!

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"The eye is blind if the mind is absent." - Confucius

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Sten, what a superb image and extremely well seen.

 

Akira, ∏ = Pi + geon = pigeon and a wood pigeon at that!  :D 


Mike Gorman

 

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Ah, you mean "Pie" don't you Mike? 

 

Pigeon Pie being an olde Engish delicacy if memory serves. :D   Maybe the same in Norway?

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Sten, what a superb image and extremely well seen.

 

Akira, ∏ = Pi + geon = pigeon and a wood pigeon at that!  :D 

 

Mike, thanks for the explanation.  My bad spelling!  Initially it was Greek to me.  :D

 

Pigeon pie?  Sound scary...

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No, pigeoen pie is very nice by all accounts.

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