Wordless Wednesday: Mouth of the Dog


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  1. Anonymous4:11 PM

    What an intriguing image! Happy WW ... :)

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  2. Anonymous4:16 PM

    Wow, so full of detail!! Happy WW.

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  3. It's a fine piece of work. It's like a sketch for the Book of Kells. Happy WW

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  4. Anonymous4:42 PM

    Very cool image! Have a great day!

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  5. Gorgeous illustration - it reminds me of Boewulf, which I havent read in a very long time...make a very interesting WW! Thanks for stopping by, hope you have a great day!

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  6. Thanks for the comment. Love your background music... Happy ww!

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  7. Isn't that incredible. What a fascinating print.

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  8. Anonymous5:16 PM

    interesting and very intriguing

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  9. Anonymous5:17 PM

    i would like to know the story behind that. very interesting

    nice post!

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  10. Oooh, that's lovely.

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  11. Well, I went to the link, but still don't understand. Prisoner's art? Mybe I'm having one of my slow days today. Have a great WW. :)

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  12. Oh, I love it. Intriguing...

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  13. I am going to use my imagination as to the story. What a beautiful detailed drawing.

    Happy WW

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  14. Wow, that's cool, I'd love to see the detail in the larger image as well. Happy WW!

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  15. Very lovely. Thanks for the link to the explanation.

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  16. interesting artwork!
    happy ww

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  17. The title alone is very intriguing. I will read the story behind later. Will come back for it.
    Mine is up too.

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  18. I'd love to be able to do that, great shot

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  19. Very interesting. Do you know the story behind the print?

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  20. could you tell us the story behind the artwork? interesting!

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  21. Ooooo. I love old manuscript drawings.

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  22. Anonymous9:10 PM

    so nice craft, is it work of you?

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  23. What is it?? Its different...makes you want to stop and stare:) Happy WW. Thanks for stopping by!!

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  24. Anonymous9:15 PM

    very neat illustration!

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  25. Cool. It's interesting to read about such things. Happy WW!

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  26. what an intricate drawing....and interesting background. i'd love to know what the prisoner was representing in this picture....

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  27. What a great WW! Thanks for stopping by mine!

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  28. Hmmm...and a scary one it appears. Do tell!

    Thanks for stopping by! The material was similar to quilt lining but others were on all sorts of different types of material. They were so beautiful but the one I posted was my favorite!

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  29. Made me all shivery. And that was before I clicked on your link about the story. Nice!

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  30. Anonymous9:47 PM

    love the illustration ... intriguing!
    thanks for the explanation (link).
    happy WW! :)

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  31. Very interesting and detailed.

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  32. Wow, that's really interesting! Happy WW :)

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  33. Very interesting! I'd like to know the story of both the drawing and the paper print - with it's handwritten notes and worn edges.

    Thanks for stopping by my WW!

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  34. thanks for the comment.
    i'd love to know more about this drawing as well.
    happy ww!

    amy

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  35. Very interesting!

    Mine is up atPhotographic Memories.

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  36. Very cool. I wish I was as creative. happy WW

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  37. Creative. Thanks for sharing the pic...and the story behind it. Happy WW.

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  38. Very interesting design. I agree with Jams it looks like something out of the Book of Kells.

    Happy WW

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  39. Interesting photo.

    I'm curious about the COLLEEN... since it's my name too.

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  40. Ditto on the Book of Kells. Thanks for posting such an intriguing photo. Makes me miss teaching history. :(

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  41. Very neat. :)

    Thanks for the comment and happy WW!

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  42. My son would dodrawings kike that Happy WW

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  43. Anonymous4:36 AM

    That's definitely an intriguing photo! :)

    Happy WW! Mine's up too!

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  44. Thanks for sharing this one..and the story behind. Happy WW.

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  45. Anonymous6:40 AM

    intruiging one!

    nice sketch

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  46. What a cool illustration. I didn't notice the link, so I'm off to read it now!

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  47. Anonymous8:11 AM

    Is there any type of chaos in prison? Is this another example of creativy and art arising out of chaos? Outstanding image.

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  48. real good piece of art.

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  49. How interesting! What is that from?

    Jenn

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  50. Interesting tale!

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  51. Anonymous10:00 AM

    What a unique image! Really different. Thanks for visiting!

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  52. Anonymous10:00 AM

    You could sit and look at that all day and see something different all the time. Very cool.

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  53. What a great picture and a talented artist!

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  54. With a lot of phantasy I could eventually see a dog's mouth. I wonder what kind of dog the artist has must be quite a moloss !

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  55. Sandy ... Thanks for taking time to visit my 9/11 WW tribute over on the Electronic Village.

    I've had to look at your photo a number of times. The intricate detail is remarkable.

    peace, Villager

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  56. This is creative for sure!! Happy WW!!

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  57. That is really cool. I love all of the different images I get to see on WW!

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  58. That is beautiful! Thanks for stopping by.

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  59. Wonderful image! Very interesting and beautiful!

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  60. Anonymous12:05 PM

    Hi Sandy,

    They were certainly very creative and had a lot of time on their hands. It's nice to see that some of this work is still preserved :)

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  61. Colin,
    They did have time and they made use of it, to be sure! Countless prisoners with political status actually earned university degrees courtesy of the British rate payer while inside. When they came out, they took up politics, and look what happened. In a very strange way, all this may have contributed to what stability there is in Northern Ireland now. Art and education are amazing!

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  62. Very interesting picture. A lot of detail.

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  63. That's pretty. It looks Asian but I am certainly no expert. And a big old dangerous mouth!

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