amazing
posted October 9th, 2010  
oh no!! she looks as though she's met the guillotine!! i'm hoping she perished by somewhat 'natural' circumstances, and was not a victim of vandalism. 'statutory' abuse?!
posted October 9th, 2010  
Is that the same one as in your other photograph? If so, terrible. So sorry.
posted October 9th, 2010  
Oh, no! The head is missing! It sill makes for a beautiful photo, though!
posted October 9th, 2010  
@bcurrie @digitalrn @slava "When life hands you lemons, make lemonade!" I thought the remains has a creeps "Halloween" twist and made use of it before Ken took cement epoxy and put her back together again! This wasn't the first time she'd been through a Frankenstein repair... No "culprit" has come forward, but a fat cat is suspect...
posted October 9th, 2010  
Awwww, hope you can get it fixed!
posted October 9th, 2010  
Kate is 1976. They're both blonds, if I remember your recent Chicago photos correctly, and of course they're both sensitive, generous. independent, beautiful inside and out, and the best friend to us and their friends. Right? Yes, I thought so. Aquarius, water babies. :-)
posted October 9th, 2010  
hope it can be repaired or something.... poor statue.
posted October 9th, 2010  
Oh no!!!
posted October 9th, 2010  
Oh no! Glad to hear that it canbe fixed. It was so cute before.
posted October 9th, 2010  
I was thinking it makes a great haloween picture :)
posted October 9th, 2010  
Well just in time for Halloween... It sounds like she will get her head on straight soon...
posted October 9th, 2010  
Oops! Glad she can be repaired and will look "as good as new" again! Fat cat - watch out! If it is any comfort - and it isn't - the Mermaid in Copenhagen has had many heads stolen.
posted October 9th, 2010  
Oh no! What does the fat cat want to say? Don't go away now that you just have come back. We don't know it but I am glad that it can be repaired.
posted October 9th, 2010  
oh my! certainly a kitteh couldn't be responsible. a mangy neighborhood stray dog however. Not a kitteh!
posted October 9th, 2010  
Oh no! The fat cat had better have a good alibi! It certainly does have a great Halloween feel, and I'm glad Ken can fix it!
posted October 9th, 2010  
I am sure my 2 could do that.... ! Nice capture... so clear
posted October 9th, 2010  
OH NO! I do have to say that I really like this picture....I like looking down at the book in this shot! But please put her head on....and don't punish the cat either. It was an accident! :)
posted October 9th, 2010  
Yikes!
posted October 9th, 2010  
Oh no! Thanks for your comment on my photo, it's made my day. I've been in a great mood ever since (and I was in a good one before!) :-D
posted October 9th, 2010  
The "culprit" certainly has a sense of time an style. So close to Halloween... Hope the statue will wear her head high again.
posted October 9th, 2010  
Oh, my how sad and yet wonderfully gothic. Glad to know she was repairable (is that a word?).

I thought it was funny that the referral back to your Feb. 17th photo showed that you...YOU!...had only ONE comment on your photo. Oh, what a difference 8 months can make! :-)
posted October 9th, 2010  
How awful! Glad to hear you were able to fix it (and you got a fun halloweeny picture out of it!)
posted October 9th, 2010  
Oh how sad!! I am glad it was fixable. It looked so cute in the other shot. Hopefully it looks like that again. Must be kitty's favorite toy.
posted October 9th, 2010  
I like your title, and I gather you were able to fix it, well done Louise
posted October 9th, 2010  
darn cats anyway!
posted October 9th, 2010  
Yeah I was hoping this what not your idea of Halloween decorating! Glad Ken was able to fix it. Perfect shot for the day though
posted October 9th, 2010  
Wow, lost her head while reading, and I thought it was a safe activity!!
posted October 9th, 2010  
glad she's back together again! that cat! My black cat has always knocked things down, and now the other one (who was always so innocent) has decided to take lessons!
posted October 9th, 2010  
this is a great find! i wonder what it looks like with the head on :))
posted October 9th, 2010  
@fysmith I added the link with the photo to what it looked like when I first photographed it for this project! Upadate: Ken reattached the head and she looks none the worse for having had the terrible accident!
posted October 9th, 2010  
thank Louise! isn't Ken the best?:)
posted October 9th, 2010  
Gladly it`s a sculpture [ but is a pity) and not you or me
posted October 9th, 2010  
Oh no! At least you guys were able to fix her!
posted October 10th, 2010  
Yikes! I am glad you were able to fix her. You're right though - this is a great look for Halloween. :)
posted October 10th, 2010  
Treacle and Molasses are very similar - different process of extraction but same flavour.
posted October 10th, 2010  
yes, i blurred the background a little bit so that "all eyes are on the roses" :)) imagine that! :)
posted October 10th, 2010  
This statue had been made up for Halloween a bit early unfortunately.
posted October 10th, 2010  
Ouch, this just makes me hurt!
posted October 10th, 2010  
oops!! gives a nice asthetic effect...like michaelangelo's "david"...
posted October 10th, 2010  
uh oh... reading can be so dangerous!
posted October 10th, 2010  
Oh, wow. This is really... wow. It has a certain Meaning to it. xD If you get what I'm saying.
posted October 10th, 2010  
Awww, glad she was able to be repaired.
posted October 10th, 2010  
Oh how sad. I'm glad Ken was able to repair it. But picturing a fat cat knocking it off, somehow made me smile.
posted October 10th, 2010  
Good Halloween shot :D
Glad Ken could put her together again :D
posted October 10th, 2010  
Oh no! So happy to hear that it could be repaired,
posted October 10th, 2010  
Horrors! Call in forensics!
posted October 10th, 2010  
She completely lost her head over that book she's reading...lol.
posted October 10th, 2010  
Back in January I took a picture of snow-covered St. Francis in my garden http://365project.org/allie912/365/2010-01-30 He has lost his head and been repaired and I know The Little Mermaid in Copenhagen has been repaired several times. Just keep in mind the poem "If" by Rudyard Kipling who encourages us,
"If you can keep your head
While those around you,
Are losing theirs
And blaming it on you..."
posted October 10th, 2010  
@allie912 I would love to have used that snippet of poetry if I'd been as clever as you! Poor little dear seems to be in good company, and though she looks like she's been garrotted, her silhouette from afar is pleasing again...
posted October 10th, 2010  
lol...this would have made a great halloween shot. Glad all is repaired and back to normal.
posted October 12th, 2010  
OMG........my son has a buddha in his yard that is missing its head, too. I took a pic of it but hadn't posted it yet!
posted October 12th, 2010  
Certainly a different shot for you Louise... Bit scary actually...

Poor Guy...
posted October 12th, 2010  
Ha ha poor little darling. This is a bit scary! Good thing you can put back her head.
posted October 13th, 2010  
Oh no!! What happened?
posted October 15th, 2010  
oh no! i'm glad Ken was able to reattach the head!
posted October 15th, 2010  
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