The Transport, Part 3.


From Kreator, Click for full size! Part 1, Part 2. I just get more and more impressed, there’s such a wealth of things to see, and I find myself thankful for those who are not just looking, but commenting, and pointing out things I’m still managing to miss. Those smiles in the last shot, reminds me of Shakespeare’s One may smile, and smile, and be a villain. (Hamlet). Smiles replete with evil.

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  1. jazzlet says

    I love the faces in the Morris-style plants, it would make glorious curtains, the faces winking and peering as the curtains moved.

  2. rq says

    That snake looks more straight-up pissed off than hurt by that truck running it over. I bet it’s going to wreak vengeance any moment now.

  3. voyager says

    Never mind the snake, the cow has a snake’s tongue. And I’m not sure if lady justice is saying that laws are kept by the tip of the sword, or if it references beating swords into ploughshares. Mostly it’s the bodies hanging above a bloody floor in the second photo that I find most disturbing.

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