Pig 4B : "Tattoo", Henson Pig Trail, Gloucestershire, 
2nd September, 2017
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Date and time of image creation: 2017:09:04 18:42:26
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Software: PaintShop Pro 16.00////////////////////
Copyright: Richard J. Kyte
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Date and time (original): 2017:09:02 10:46:31
Date and time (digitized): 2017:09:02 10:46:31
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Recomposed in PSP.
Artist: Stuart McLain
..then this was worse.  This pig appeared to be trapped in a lobby of a building undergoing renovation, and could only be seen through some very dirty glass; this was the case on both visits.   I think if I were Mr McLain, I would be somewhat upset about this situation, and if Pig 2 had been withdrawn from display, could this pig not have been used as a replacement?
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