The Scream  

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Uploaded: 05/03/21 9:13 AM GMT
The Scream
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(After Edvard Munch) What resides in the inner life and psyche of the seal? Who is to know...perhaps terror and pain at the loss of a companion to a great white shark...which has become a more common occurrence. In this case the portrait might be more accurately entitled:"The Great Yawn."


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05/03/21 4:17 PM GMT
Yep a well timed capture of a yawn. tigs=^..^=
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05/03/21 11:31 PM GMT
Oh my, such a sad story and I can see the scream of sadness
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05/04/21 11:00 AM GMT
Paul, when I viewed only the title announced in my friends-list, I instantly thought about Edvard Munch's world famous artwork/painting. I saw later that you provided us in your narrative with a link.
I hope however that the by you perfectly depicted seal, isn't in a mental state as the person painted in Munch's work.
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05/04/21 2:17 PM GMT
What perfect timing ! I like to think it is yawning !
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