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20060126 / Pulp Fiction

"I am Pa-Kur," said the man.
It was he, the Master Asssassin of Ar, leader of the assembled horde.
"We meet again," I said.
His eyes, like glass or stone, revealed nothing.
"The cylinder at Ko-ro-ba," I said. "The crossbow."

He said nothing.

"You failed to kill me that time," I taunted. "Perhaps you would care to risk another shot now.
Perhaps the mark would be more suited to your skills."
The men behind Pa-Kur muttered at my impudence.

He himself showed no impatience.

"My weapon," he said, simply extending his hand. A crossbow was immediately placed in his grip. It
was a large steel bow, wound and set, the iron quarrel placed in the guide.

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arminb04-Feb-2006 21:50
Dominic Kite02-Feb-2006 08:16
Nice, love the wear and tear prevalent on the book, and the film noir SP behind it!
Guest 31-Jan-2006 14:31
Another great SP, Chris. Unfortunately I don´t know the book... :)
Roe..31-Jan-2006 04:19
ping pong ping's fun to say ping pong : ) I love your b&w images..v
Guest 30-Jan-2006 23:07
I'm actually facinated by so many of yo with the similarly themed SP ;) Nice one one here. Great contrast and tonal range in the b&w. Sets an engaging mood.
Guest 29-Jan-2006 04:56
I didn't realize there was so many of us reading yesterday! LOL
Actually I was "reading" a picture book. No time to actually read these days.
This looks good!
Guest 28-Jan-2006 22:51
Karen Stuebing28-Jan-2006 12:42
You look engrossed. Very cool SP. Going to ping and pong now. :)
JeremyGood28-Jan-2006 10:02
yeah, so what about this one:
Guest 28-Jan-2006 05:42
Karen Leaf28-Jan-2006 03:28
The whole idea is so well done. Except now I have 2 books I need to read. Very clever. Very.
David Clunas27-Jan-2006 22:12
I've just done a PING PONG PING!
Like this one, strange how you seem involved yet removed from the shot . . .
Guest 27-Jan-2006 18:22
Excellent SP !Heavy tones,fab comp,great detail,super mood...allaround winner :)
Guest 27-Jan-2006 17:57
Can't put the book down for your portrait. Must be a good one.
jude27-Jan-2006 15:04
Detail in masses on that book - one dan see every ding.. every bend.. every fingerprint.
Guest 27-Jan-2006 14:35
Good to see you, if only your eyes... Great SP.
Kal Khogali27-Jan-2006 12:20
The eyes..intense, gripping, like the story....won't put it down till it life itself. K
...duncan27-Jan-2006 11:39
Man. Great SP. Wonderful idea. As Jeanne said, "Kick Ass."
Craig Persel27-Jan-2006 11:36
:-))) Love the "ping" relationship. Two great (Bukowski and Norman), but different, cult writers. Also . . . a great SP! Bravo.
Guest 27-Jan-2006 09:48
Jens Johansen27-Jan-2006 08:31
Beautifully lit -- well done.
Dawn27-Jan-2006 07:34
yar, agreed on the dark/light contrast.. ( I also found myself avidly reading the back cover- Ohhh.. what's this? Hmm.. this look likes it's been thumbed & on the shelf awhile too....
Guest 27-Jan-2006 07:26
great one! love it!!
Dennis Hoyne27-Jan-2006 04:38
Another excellent B&W portrait.
coaster27-Jan-2006 04:25
Well done.
Guest 27-Jan-2006 04:15
Very good SP, Chris.
I love the contrast between the white book and all the rest dark.
Guest 27-Jan-2006 03:53
kick ass