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2 Years Ago
Nobody Is Perfect
Show some examples of imperfections in nature.
Posted by: Carmen Hathaway on 2 Years Ago
I've never viewed anything in *nature as an imperfection Michael . Then there's human nature .... ;)
*referencing your deer image as example
Posted by: Angelina Vick on 2 Years Ago
Isn't the state of nature...it being whatever it naturally is...perfection? =)
Posted by: Rich Franco on 2 Years Ago
Can I post my self-portrait?
Posted by: Dan Daugherty on 2 Years Ago
Your post reminded me of the Blob fish I saw a short while ago on an ugly creature article, but as I was looking, I found this...
Maybe not imperfect, But certainly creepy... I think I'll swim the other way!! Oh...the Blob fish made it into this video also...
'Course there are anomalies... case in point -- friend brought us some bounty from her garden yesterday -- how about this character? :)
Cool Carmen...I had a double Barreled Banana pic, but I cannot find it... When I do...I'll post it....
Posted by: Donna Van Vlack on 2 Years Ago
Donna Van Vlack
Michael in some necks of the woods that would be a prize trophy shooter deer because of it's imprefections.
Posted by: Michael Peychich on 2 Years Ago
I have seen quite a few with different sized antler but that one was the biggest variation I've seen.
Posted by: K L Kingston on 2 Years Ago
K L Kingston
That was creepy-great, Dan! The Lump fish and The Blob Fish must be kissing cousins! (But no one wants to stay around for THAT.)
Carmen, eat at your own risk, lol!
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