Moth (x2)

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  1. Trenton Romulox

    Trenton Romulox TPF Noob!

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    My father painted the back deck yesterday and this moth managed to get stuck in the paint. So, I seized the opportunity.

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    B:
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    Thanks for looking. Comments, critiques, and jokes are all welcome and appreciated.

    Peace.
     
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    Battou No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    poor bastard


    Nicely done, I like the BW.
     
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    Yeah, he should have stayed clear of the deck; but he can't read 'Wet Paint' signs. So, I mean, I guess he got what illiteracy had goin' at him.

    Thanks for the comments, Battou.
     
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    Maybe it was dying anyway and was looking for a worthy tomb. And, recalling its life's work, ballet, it took a pose and relinquished its spirit, immortalized in this photo. Just a thought...

    Love the one in color. It looks like it would make a great album cover.
     
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    Thanks for the comments, robitussin. And when I took the shot, I was sort of envisioning an immortalization of the creature. I think #2 is a lot closer to the final product I saw in my head than #1 is.
     

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