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Today I visited the exhibition "One Way Ticket to Mars" in Kunsthal KAdE Amersfoort/The Netherlands.
My wife, being a real sci-fi geek and official Trekkie went along.

She would join a Mars mission in a heartbeat. Hence the title, as a hommage to her 😊

This artwork is made out of polyester, nails and metal pushpins and made my Belgian artist Jan Fabre in 1979.

Olympus E-M10II + 12-40mm f2.8, image shot at iso 3.200. Post processing Capture One plus Nik Analog Efex

 

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And here's the original

 

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Very cool, Luc .. would make a good voodoo doll ! Maybe I can commission one of Boris (and Donald, and ScoMo ... )

 

cheers, Maurice

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"Wild things are always faster"

from 'Two Dogs' by Philip Hodgins

Wild-Things@btconnect.com

www.Wild-Things-Photography.com

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Maurice, the these two images are the before and after shots of what SoMo would look like if the firefighters were to chuck him into our bushfire infernos!  LOL.

 

Luc, neat images. I hope to live long enough to see a manned mission to Mars.

 

 

2 hours ago, CarreraS said:

Very cool, Luc .. would make a good voodoo doll ! Maybe I can commission one of Boris (and Donald, and ScoMo ... )

 

cheers, Maurice

 

 

 

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