Half flight

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© Ikhlef A.
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Q: On active spotlight history ive noticed the clicked number does not reflect the accurate amount. Example. Just posted not long ago and shows 1 click when there has been three with three comments .

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The bird is gone but it has forgotten its legs near the flowers. It left but we guess it wanted to stay.

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  • Aj Offsuit

    Aj Offsuit gave props (14 Sep 2008):

    That is really creepy! Do birds self-combust?

  • Perri Farlow

    Perri Farlow said (27 Sep 2008):

    This one is almost startling! Love the colors in this shot. One of my favorite's.

  • Renee Cettie

    Renee Cettie gave props (30 Sep 2008):

    love the composition and how the feet are mirrored in the shadows of the flowers. I really want to know what happened to this poor bird :)

  • Ikhlef A.

    Ikhlef A. said (30 Sep 2008):

    Thank you all for your sympathy.
    Renee: it was an owl I found one night while driving along the motorway between Annaba and Constantine (Algeria). I couldn't keep the bird because it was badly injured by a car going fast (as cars always do) but I kept what seemed to have escaped the slaughter.
    The bird has gone with the wind but its legs are still walking, trying to find a welcoming dream.

  • ! Mario Scattoloni ¡

    ! Mario Scattoloni ¡ gave props (21 Oct 2008):

    Poetic in fact & wondrously curious indeeed how that is with our feet & bodies not always agreeing with one another.

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