Sunday, October 10, 2010

Sunday Simulacra - Version 4.19

Happy 10/10/10. everyone! It's good to see more of you keeping up on the hidden skull hunt. We still need more submissions to keep the showcase alive so please keep them coming.

This week long time Skull-A-Day friend Phil Cheney gets us started. Phil tells us, "This cast iron grating is covering the windows of the Baltimore, MD City Hall. I discovered it when I was doing a walking tour of Architecture in Baltimore with my class."

Liz Fuzzell has also had some skull hunting luck. "Recently made a trip to Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico, and during our 3 hour self-tour found these amazing skull formations. These were randomly spotted by my friend and I, nothing posted about them on the tour. First one is made up of huge caves inside the caverns, each opening at least 10 feet in diameter."

"The second skull was a smaller formation (maybe a foot at most) spotted very far away from the trail....this is a zoomed in picture but the shape of the skull is unmistakable! These added to the overall creepy-cool factor of wandering around in dark caves. Happy skull-hunting!"

This Sunday traditon never ceases to amaze me. There are limitless possibilities to the hidden skull simulacra in our surroundings. All it takes is a little imagination, a camera, and a place to submit your pics. Thanks again to all of the skull hunters out there!

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