dinsdag 28 juli 2015

Grumpy Face

I saw this cylinder head in a barn where fragments of crashed aircraft from WWII were shown. It was two cylinders of a Pegasus Bristol motor used in a fokker T-V850. For me it looked like it was just escaped from the set for Star Wars and didn't look happy. One for Our World Tuesday here.

17 opmerkingen:

  1. Never knew you were a Star Wars fan S.C. Now I like you even more. ;)

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  2. It looks alive! Very, very cool!
    Hope you'll link up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/07/variations.html

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  3. Maybe just a hint of a smile at the corner of his mouth? :-)

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  4. Your right, looks straight out of Starwars, wonder what the rest of the plane looked like

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  5. An excellent example of found art.

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  6. Very interesting how so many manufactured products can take on a human-like quality - seems to be our nature to seek patterns, recognize faces, and generally project ourselves onto/into the world around us.

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  7. This looks like Star Wars to me too or a gargoyle. I can see how it would inspire an artist and architect’s imagination. :)

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  8. Looks like a cross between a steampunk monster and Oscar the Grouch.

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  9. Cool photo and even better humor!
    Way to go, SC!!
    Have a Beautiful Day!!
    Peace :)

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  10. This aircraft engine comes from a plane that looks similar to the American B-25. The condition of the head indicates this came from the crash of this plane. This was a sad period in history when so many people died. At first I thought this might be a motorcycle engine head, but no.

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  11. Oh my goodness! It looks like a mask!

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