Landscape with barbed wire

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10 responses to “Landscape with barbed wire”

  1. avatar carmen Says:

    your smiling eye, cicca–reallo…

  2. avatar carmen Says:

    your smiling eye, cicca–reallo…

  3. avatar carmen Says:

    your smiling eye, ciccareallo…

  4. avatar carmen Says:

    your smiling eye, ciccareallo…

  5. avatar runran Says:

    Landscapes on the Canadian prairies are often bordered by barbed-wire. The kind of wire in this image reminds me more of razor wire, like the kind used to keep people from climbing buildings, or escaping from prison. I get the sense here of looking out from a prison to a dreamlike land beyond.

  6. avatar runran Says:

    Landscapes on the Canadian prairies are often bordered by barbed-wire. The kind of wire in this image reminds me more of razor wire, like the kind used to keep people from climbing buildings, or escaping from prison. I get the sense here of looking out from a prison to a dreamlike land beyond.

  7. avatar crissXross Says:

    the mystery of the dark forest, the lunacy of the moon
    dangerous delights
    barbed wire keeps the rational at bay
    don’t go there, stay this side of the picture plane
    the man in the moon teases

  8. avatar crissXross Says:

    the mystery of the dark forest, the lunacy of the moon
    dangerous delights
    barbed wire keeps the rational at bay
    don’t go there, stay this side of the picture plane
    the man in the moon teases

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