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12-09-2012, 03:35 PM - 1 Like   #5161
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Here's another BUG.


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C is for Coils of drain tile.

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ENGRAVER, sign on the left.


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F is for Ford, fenders and furry

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And by the way, the vehicle was "for sale," so there's another F.
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inlay. I've seen wood inlay being made, so I understand how it is done. But this stone inlay amazes me. I especially like the symmetrical use of a single cut stone on the butterfly's wings.


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KAVAT (mask); Papua New Guinea. No information on what the mask represents, but it looks to me like a grotesque frog.

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QuoteOriginally posted by smf Quote
Photographed at a car show in Michigan.
And by the way, the vehicle was "for sale," so there's another F.
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Good Morning if I may add a few - fender - fox? - fur
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NEARLY NAKED, by Houdon, called "La Frileuse," but in English commonly called "Winter"

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O is for oxidization - a forgotten steel door on a crypt

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