Tuesday, October 13, 2009

"He felt like a good influence"



"He felt like a good influence" - The Five Wounds by Kirstin Valdez Quade

10 comments:

Julie said...

There is a chance this little fellow is over-estimating his influnce for good!

Sean said...

I dont know... he has a strange kind of look on his face... sort of pleasureable pain if you ask me... did you?

ana barata said...

What a strange and fantastic creature!
It seems that it wants to jump, to fly, free in the air.

kobico said...

I don't know about his influence, but its face does seem pretty gleeful, a similar look to when my dog is waiting for me to throw the ball for her!

Joan Elizabeth said...

I guess if he feels like he is a good influence that is good enough for him to feel good about himself ... seems to have a satisfied smile on his face.

AB said...
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AB said...

I do not think the weathering has improved his beauty much. How wonderfully ugly!

(I deleted the previous post to get the "email follow-up comments" option. Is there a way to do this without submitting a comment?)

Walter Neiger said...

what a beautiful gargoil ... I observe these works of art always full respect!

Martina said...

:-) Thank you all for your comments, it is very interesting to see all the different interpretations of the little guy's facial expression ;-) (And yes, Sean, of course I asked ;-))

AB, when I have this issue with some blogs I simply create a new empty comment and activate the subscribing. After publishing the comment there is of course an error but the subscribing works. I am not sure what enables the after-commenting-subscribing-ability (duuuh) in some blogs - I am under the impression it's no problem when captchas are not enabled, but I am not sure. Never really analysed it :-(.

Michael said...

Looks like a bull-dog! Great find.

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