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Jug full of Trees with Mr.Snail

Posted by
bronzebilly u.k. (Barry,Vale of Glamorgan, United Kingdom) on 11 November 2007 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

a slight detour from my St.Fagans' series...

amy from Rocky Mountain House, Canada

I love Mr Snail!! Haven't seen him since he won the big bout... NICELY done billyescargot... your imagination never ceases to amaze me.... and I'm thinking this is... hmmm, 3 layers? Love the light on the "jug"...

12 Nov 2007 2:12am

Stunner from Kingston, Jamaica

Your creativity knows no bound Billy! Cool photo!

12 Nov 2007 2:59am

Ken McCoy from Orlando-Daytona Beach, FL, United States

As usual, a surreal masterpiece :)

12 Nov 2007 3:09am

Rags from Plano, United States

funny, creative and artistic. You dont seem to be lacking in creativity! Good job.

12 Nov 2007 3:17am

e. from Washington DC, United States

Haha what a funny compilation! :)

12 Nov 2007 6:21am

ManuelaR from Hainburg, Germany

Such creativity, you still amaze me ;)

12 Nov 2007 7:09am

tyan from Singapore

very nicely done!You always come up with a wow piece,all the time,Uncle Billy:)

12 Nov 2007 8:13am

badala from Leiria, Portugal

Very artistic! Well done billy.

12 Nov 2007 10:04am

Rabbit from Richmond, United States

My first take on this photo was... it was burning away in the middle to reveil what was behind it. A very interesting composiiton of items to just sit and ponder.

12 Nov 2007 11:06am

Craiger from Vacaville, California, United States

Nice one billy!

12 Nov 2007 11:19am

Walt from Scarborough, Canada

Wonderful work!

12 Nov 2007 12:10pm

MaryB from Staffordshire, United Kingdom

Brilliantly creative BillyB, and I'm sure I have that vase/jug! you've put it to better use than I have LOL.
another wonderful work of art, and that snail is just tooo cute :) but I'd better not let Mr H Hog see him, he might prefer it to the cat food he's getting from us :D, come to think of it, he's not in his box, I hope it's not too late and he is not on his way to Wales as I speak! :D ( actually, I think I've sussed where he's gone, more than sure he's behind the fridge, so the snail should be safe) LOL :D

12 Nov 2007 1:19pm

alla from Toronto, Canada

It's like a portal to another universe.

12 Nov 2007 2:27pm

Viewfinder from Bradenton, United States

Most cool one, Billy. BTW, "lagniappe" is New Orleans French, dates back to at least the Great Depression -- describes the custom of going to a grocer or butcher or fruit stand, and buying something and being given "lagniappe" which meant "something extra" -- like a baker's dozen (13) by the merchant.

12 Nov 2007 4:24pm

Rebecca from Leicester, United Kingdom

Wow, I agree with friends above, this is surreal indeed. Frankly, I think this beats Dali. Absolutely love the treatment you’ve given it here. Yours is true creative genius, billy-full-of-awesome-wonders!! :) Seriously.

12 Nov 2007 11:35pm

Jen from Alpharetta, United States

Oh Billy the things you think and the the things you can do are absolutely amazing!

13 Nov 2007 12:52am

Mandy from South Africa

Hey Billy - very cool. As always your processing is Jen said above what you do is outstanding!!! you do it so seamlessly I can never tell where one image ends and the next one begins!!! Brilliant stuff - you have such an amazing talent!

13 Nov 2007 6:17am

Bron from Canberra, Australia

Oh Billy I've missed your fantastic photos! Hello! I see you've been imagining well while I was gone!! cheers Backbron

13 Nov 2007 12:48pm

Markus from Reading, United Kingdom

Hi billy, great compo, very artistic, feels like looking through a crack in the time-space continuum! ;-)

13 Nov 2007 9:02pm

Dawn Sutherland from Phoenix, United States

Sometimes I wonder where your inspiration comes from! Where did you get the idea for this? I think I am having a creative block! I think I need a muse.

13 Nov 2007 10:44pm

Anne from White Rock, Canada

Wow! Like a portal into another plane of existence! Maybe "Stargate" or a wormhole in space. I love it. Really great imagination here Billy! It is your imagination that really impresses me even more than the photos! I've been off line due to a "power out" all over the Greater Vancouver District and most of the lower mainland. We were affected for longer than some because a bloody big Douglas fir tree blew down right across the road one block away from me. When it fell it took down a nearby power pole, and in turn broke and dragged cable down from two more down to the crossroads. Anyway, I made a new video tutorial about straightening perspective. I used your last photo as an example. You can find it at

15 Nov 2007 7:10am

Weekend Warrior(LV) from Kamloops, Canada

whoa very very cool.....what an interesting image. And yes it has that feel of some sort of time travel dimension.

16 Nov 2007 11:43pm

Ed von Ems from Mealhada, Portugal

A good work!

20 Nov 2007 9:24pm