Now it all makes sense.
You’ve probably already familiar with the anthropomorphic, clobbered pooch oeuvre of photographer William Wegman.
Here, he elaborates to Great Big Story on a career that started with pictures of his Weimariner pup Man Ray in the 1970s and led to countless adorable photoshoots, beloved Sesame Street vignettes and a props room most theatres would be proud of.
Bewildered Student writes:
Really? ‘Independent Women’? Really? REALLY?
Photographer Joseph Ford’s rather pleasing mashups of crumpled duds and aerial landscapes. Some are complex (the dunes and sweater in pic7), some are subtle (the single plaid square matching a section of roof in pic1) and one juxtaposes two complementary aerials (pic2) because that’s also nice.
A Dublin 15 resident has made a complaint to the HSE after she saw a washing line filled with unusual meats in her neighbour’s back garden.
The Clonsilla resident, who has been living in the area for the past 12 years, said there were about eight meats hanging from a washing line, beside another line that was filled with clothes.
The resident is now looking for help from the HSE to stop this from happening again.“.
Via Gazette Group
Thanks Paul Hosford and Lynda Kealy