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X-factor fursuiting: # 2 of Tycho Aussie series 1 by Tychoaussie X-factor fursuiting: # 2 of Tycho Aussie series 1 by Tychoaussie
The Eli and Edythe Broad art museum at MSU features architecture that includes no right angles. Its exterior is clad in brushed stainless steel and there are heat exchangers built right into the walls to reduce its energy requirements. I visited the museum and discovered it's angles are great for inspiration when working the lens. Perhaps we can return for another photo shoot someday.

This is number 2 of the series.
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:iconfebcupcake:
Goodness, that fursuit is so cute but so real! :giggle: Then again, Aussies are too! :heart:
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Tychoaussie Dec 18, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
:love:
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:iconjust-a-fursuiter:
i just love your fursuit!!!!!!!! the look on his face is just to cute! are you ever planning to come  to the netherlands xD ques i just need to hug yu XD
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Tychoaussie Aug 2, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
If I ever have the chance to visit the Netherlands, I will look up a few of my amateur radio friends and visit them, and also look up my fursuiting friends as well. When traveling, I love visiting people that I've met through internet and radio. It is my experience that you can get to know a person's core personality via text, voice, and photography, and then when you first meet them in real life, there is this tiny disorientation when you see a strange face containing the core of the person you know. It's only odd for a few minutes, and then you realize it's someone you already have gotten to know.  It's a delight, really.

So yes, if I ever have a chance to be in your part of Europe - you could certainly hug Tycho Aussie.
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:iconjust-a-fursuiter:
yeeey, haha if youre in the netherlands you should visit nijmegen xD
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:iconelectricdragon505:
I have like 4 australian shepherds, that costume is awesome.
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Tychoaussie Jul 25, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
I'm glad you like it! I think Aussie Shepherds are awesome. I'm not in a position to really have a dog - wish I did - and if I could get one (maybe some day), it'd be a well-trained Aussie.
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:iconelectricdragon505:
awesome. maybe one day you'll get your own Aussie.
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ScarshadowX Jul 23, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
sweet! this is awesome. 
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Tychoaussie Jul 22, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks, Shawn. What do you think of the new format? I am experimenting with large-format frame with optional purchase and print features.
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