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posted on Oct, 1 2011 @ 06:29 PM
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I see you have been a member since 2010.....the facebook link you gave shows the pictures were taken nearly 6 months ago.........yet you felt when you saw them/it "just had to show them/it here"

Why wait 6 months to show them/it?




posted on Oct, 1 2011 @ 08:16 PM
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Originally posted by Argyll
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I see you have been a member since 2010.....the facebook link you gave shows the pictures were taken nearly 6 months ago.........yet you felt when you saw them/it "just had to show them/it here"

Why wait 6 months to show them/it?


I saw the picture the day it was posted. Like I said I didn't take the picture, I just saw it in class and then came and posted it. Also like I said i never post here, just because i made an account in 2010 doesn't mean anything, look at my post count..

I saw it and thought it would be a cool thing to share and maybe see some peoples opinions...



posted on Oct, 1 2011 @ 08:46 PM
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It is a bust that is sitting in, carved/molded on, or over imposed on some type of metal supposedly machine. For those who don't know a bust is a the head and shoulders of a person usually created as a statue, and also used in pieces of jewelry called cameos. A bust can be carved and/or molded into anything at any size. A bust may or may not have shoulders.

If you look below the face, you can see the neck and where the line goes out straight to the shoulder. This bust does not have shoulders, but sweeps down in a curve and sweeps up in a curve to where the other shoulder would start. If the picture was clearer, I suspect it would be a bust of a woman, and maybe a top part of a strapless dress. Then right below it, the shelf or what the bust would sit on.

As far as the entire picture goes, I would like to see the entire room. At least the entire machine, and not just this small part. We really can't tell 100% what the machine is, unless we can see all of it. How big is the machine really compared to the room, and other items in the room? It looks big in the picture, but it could actually be much smaller than what we perceive.



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