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Pierre, the title grabbed me. Of course Homo Sapiens came from earlier hominids. But the cage provides a different message; once all of us were slaves in Egypt. As to the chimpanzee, this poor creature exudes sadness. - - My best always, michael
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Hi, Michael! Thank you very much for your precious visit and for your interesting, as always comment based on thorough contemplation!
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Pierre, this is a very interesting photo. Looking at the thumbnails I first thought it was a Chimpanzee. Looking closer I saw that it´s only the shape of a chimpanzee with a human face. Very good professional work! And the title makes us reflective. Thanks for showing. Best regards, Paul
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Oui Pierre, il faut se souvenir de tout et tout rechercher de notre passé. Nous savons depuis longtemps que ce passé était très violent, chaque tribu se battant pour préserver son territoire, sa nourriture, ses acquis. Heureusement, la civilisation ( de mœurs convenables et raffinées) a lentement permis l'émergence de l'homme moderne. Mais on sait tous que le chemin vers l'harmonie sera long, très long.
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Hi Pierre,


you have great Photoshop skills! I wonder why you have chosen to give this image a blue coloring. Although I must confess the title intrigued me too, I can't help reacting to the views expressed in the comments that seem to suggest 'look how far we've come' as a species. Historically that may be correct, but the speed with which lots of people embrace going back to slavery makes clear that we didn't learn much from all that progress. Well, your photo and title did provoke a reaction, which is rare nowadays on PN. Well done! Kind regards, Vincent

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Hi, Vincent! No special Photoshop skills were required for simple cloning from one picture to another! The monkey photo was B&W and the picture from I cloned the human features wasn't, so I desaturated the result and gave it a blue tone, why blue I don't know! Thank you very much for your precious visit and for your supportive comment! Best regards! PDE
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