The Resident Evil

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The Resident Evil

Postby Jagadish_C » Mon Dec 02, 2013 3:46 pm

These are not flower shots nor macros but as I could not locate specific thread for similar photos, posting under this section.
Moderators, please move to other section as it fits.

Somehow liked the shots so sharing with you.

1 The Resident Evil
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D7K_3265_1 Resident Evil by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

2 The Circle of Life
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D7K_3271_1 Circle of Life by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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Re: The Resident Evil

Postby Bjorn van Sinttruije » Tue Dec 03, 2013 4:02 pm

This seems like the appropriate forum section, no worries. Thanks for sharing Jaydeep! I like the first picture in particular. Takes a good look to see the humor, but it's a funny picture when you do see it.

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Re: The Resident Evil

Postby Jagadish_C » Wed Dec 04, 2013 5:07 am

Thank you Bjorn.
Now that you have mentioned, it does look funny with a gaping mouth, a tiara kind of thing on forehead and the Martian ear :)
But believe me, in the fading light when the shot was taken and in that surrounding there was no iota of humor that could be detected. When I turned in that direction to see it directly looking at me, it was quite startling and the only feeling that crept in was the caption :)

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Re: The Resident Evil

Postby JBomb » Wed Feb 05, 2014 10:56 am

Reminds me of domokun!
When i saw the thread i thought maybe it was going to be to do with the Resident Evil game, and maybe captured a wild Pyrimid head out in the wild!
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