Weekly Photo Challenge: Extraordinary (I)


Friday 16 October, 2015 by Uncle Spike


This week’s first entry from me for the Weekly Photo Challenge was an extraordinary sight alright! On a family visit to İzmir, on the western coast of Türkiye, I spotted this rather unusual sight on a neighbour’s balcony; that of an ex-manakin, a rather unloved manakin… basically a dead manakin!

Hope you enjoy this weird entry.










17 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Extraordinary (I)

  1. Frances D says:

    I thought it was real there for a minute.


  2. LOL … another fun photo. She has great legs. I enjoyed your photos for this weeks challenge.
    Isadora 😎


  3. aj vosse says:

    Hopefully it was only a plastic stiff!! o_O


  4. Rhonda says:

    hahaha…fun stuff!


  5. Holy cow, it’s a murdered mannequin! Call the police.


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  6. Yvonne says:

    You probably did a double take when you first saw it!


  7. call the cops, there is a body on my neighbour’s balcony…..no, hang on….

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