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A disturbing yet intriguing image.
Thank you, Jackie.
Yes, it is a bit disturbing – but somehow I think broken dummies very interesting.
I was once on a market in Eastern Turkey where all the dummies were smashed. But sadly it was very dark, so the pictures were not good. So you can imagine how glad I was to find one in front of a shop in Paris, of all places 🙂
These types of images are thought-provoking which I think is a very good thing! 🙂
Thank you again, Jackie.
Thank you, Chris.
It is not really good picture for the Mother’s Day but today it is OK. :)) lol
She’s a dummy anyway, and I would be very worried, if they can give birth one day 🙂
Oh, My Gosh… 🙂
Love it – wonderful use of colour.
Thank you, Richard.
Or, don’t stick your nose into things that don’t concern you 🙂
That is good advice. Thank you!
it is great and meaningful image , if one takes the time to observe its beauty and content. Perfect lighting for me and the composition with its depth aside is some good idea to. The image was taken in such away that the nose is only a small detail as you express clearly in your title . Well done , others like this please 🙂 , cheers Bart
Thank you very much for your close inspection of my picture – and the compliment.
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You’re welcome. I love your work!
I don’t know. They probably have a rough way to deal with dummies in Paris 🙂
hopefully, it’s just a “dummy”… unfortunately, there are lots of real women with broken faces… strong image and deep message… have a great day!
Thank you very much, Mélanie.
And yes, she is a dummy, so you don’t need to worry.
I love this
Superbe désaturation partielle
She loos great even though her nose is bashed in 😉
Thank you. I think so too.
Gorgeous lush colour Rabirius, shame about the nose but at least it hasn’t been put out to pasture! Great shot!
Thank you Patti.
Actually, I especially liked that dummy, because it was broken – I think that makes the photo more special that a perfect one.
I wonder if the end of her nose is what she’s looking at…
…well, if she had eyes, she might do that.
A very nice shot, Rabirius. There is something about broken sculptures that invoke feelings of curiosity and irony.
Thank you, Uday.
I think she did too much coke….
Kind of like the mannequin version of Danniella Westbrook.
I had to look her up…
…and from what I read it could be an image if her future self.
Coke or Pepsi?
Just kidding, I know what you mean 🙂
Maintaining pride and dressing well in the face of war and misfortune is a theme that hit me immediately.
Thank you for taking the time to examine my picture closely.
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Thanks for reblogging.
Opvallende verschijning die alle aandacht dus naar zich toetrekt
very good shot ♥
Thank you very much, Jean-Paul.
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