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    1. ed ed 46 months ago | reply

      grazie. in qualche modo tutti i prigioni sono lo stesso...

    2. Ned Lyttelton 46 months ago | reply

      Somehow I expect human embryos and other ghoulish life forms

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    3. casually, krystina 46 months ago | reply

      like a cabinet of wonders.

    4. kona49 46 months ago | reply

      wow, but somehow i want to lift all of the lids as though things would sprout legs and walk to freedom.

    5. Ned Lyttelton 46 months ago | reply

      Somehow I expect human embryos and other ghoulish life forms. It's an imposing image

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    6. Floating Lantern 46 months ago | reply

      we like to classify cage and separate, but I'm with Kona49

    7. Jacob...K 46 months ago | reply

      Very striking display

    8. Green Wellies 46 months ago | reply

      Nature's apothecary! What a great display.

    9. klsanderson 46 months ago | reply

      everything in its place

    10. larrywilkes 46 months ago | reply

      There used to be this thing they called 'nature', where stuff actually grew out of the ground.

    11. ed ed 46 months ago | reply

      yes, these jars do tend to contain such... monstrosities etc.,
      certainly. may be in the future.
      i am told that at night when no one is about, they lever the jars upwards and all change places.
      yep...
      it was; it is...
      and about 3 times the size of the picture.
      we like to be neat. sometimes.
      i remember that. this is the first of the "plant zoos." children like to feed the sundews, and be told about the times when plant varieties were as abundant as buffalo used to be

    12. twilightstar 45 months ago | reply

      This reminds me of some artworks by Wayne Thiebaud and/or Lisa Milroy - both love to paint organised groups of things. It's very satisfying to view, I think - maybe only if one enjoys a bit of light organisation though. I bet anyjazz will not feel the same.....he can bevery disorganised ;-)

    13. agueda1959 45 months ago | reply

      Una maravilla !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    14. ed ed 45 months ago | reply

      thanks for those signposts... there's human order here, but the spontaneous fights back...
      muchas gracias!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      glad you like it. thanks.

    15. B.et.h 45 months ago | reply

      really good

    16. Incognita Nom de Plume 45 months ago | reply

      I'm going green... green with envy, that is!

    17. Seeing Visions 45 months ago | reply

      Fabulous! There is something innately fascinating about this kind of display. BTW, you can use Photoshop's noise reduction tool to virtually eliminate the chroma (color) noise that's visible in the largest size of the image.

    18. ed ed 45 months ago | reply

      Beth:B thanks.
      thanks. there is much that is photogenic in this building...
      thanks. i don't have photoshop. this was taken in very low light. if i desaturated it more, with picasa, which often gets rid of noise, it would lose too much colour, i think. i did try.

    19. Incognita Nom de Plume 33 months ago | reply

      congrats on Wunderkammer (tumblr) showcase -- now I'm going to send this to pinterest... ;-)

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