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Drifter's Last Stop Photograph - The Drifters Last Stop by Odd Jeppesen

The Drifter's Last Stop is a photograph by Odd Jeppesen which was uploaded on July 17th, 2013.

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How interesting what nature does. I clearly see the legs of the hiker and the walking stick of course. You have great eyes (also because you liked my hat). :) v/f

Odd Jeppesen replied:

:-)) Thank you Angela.

Ya, Odd...good thought provoking title....hmmm....and an image that begs a story!!!! V

Odd Jeppesen replied:

Thank you Sandi. Each finds his or her story. :-)

Thank you all so much. :-)

There are so many ways to interpret this. A very thought provoking image. Great work, Odd!

Fabulous in every aspect!!

I love the way you discover stories everywhere, Odd! vf

Great B&W image! v

So many ways to interpret this. Interesting scene

What a fantastic title for this outstanding image!

Congratulations your fantastic story art has been FEATURED in MOUSE!! Thanks you for your participation as it is always such a pleasure to review your work! Cheers, Barbara

Love the texture of that tree and the bw!

Thought provoking piece... you can go dark, all the way to the hiker is resting out of frame.... and anywhere in between. Excellent work!

Dark and inviting at the same time. Zenish. (A hiker's image?) The tree has personality, the branch is a walking stick, of course. V/F

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