Hmmm...... I'm not seeing the connection between #90-91 and 92.
much simpler, it's a group of people in the statue and a group of people eating...group of people is the link.
Unless the hump on Quassimodo's back was his stash of marshmallows I'm stumped on the association between Notre Dame and a camp fire.
Quassimodo, retires so the job is advertised. A real ugly guy turns up, but has no arms.
How will you pull the rope?
I'll use my teeth.
With no better candidates he's taken on.
Day one he grasps the rope with his teeth and pulls. The bell swings. Just at that unfortunate moment he developes lock jaw and can't release the bell rope.
The rope and bells collide and the bell smashes the novice campanologist from the top tower and he plummets to his death in the square below.
Where'd he come from? Dunno?
Who is he?
Dunno, but the face rings a bell.
I'll get my coat!
#86, 87,88, 89 All have the horse theme, but maybe to the horse lover, the replicas are so accurately proportional to the real thing they are beauty. Several of the pictures both real and sculpted, are drawn together by the positioning of the horse's heads, showing off the beauty and power of the horses upper profile. WOW! I love Dean's shot of the little boy , fence and his horse, showing the innocence and dedication put forth by that kid, and sort of explains us adults with love affairs with the equine!
Maybe it's just me, but each captured the very essence of the equine, and explained the connection with the BMW (The sculpted horse and the RT? shot) motorcycle.
The cow? Hmmm somebody going to have to explain that one to me! as Desi Arnez says "Lucy! You got some 'splainin to do!!!
Wow! This is fun!
The transition Mr. Lamble! What I need "splained" is the transition between the noble art of the equine to an inaccurate, bloated characterization of the bovine.
What is the explanation in the transition? The four legs?
Let's get this rollin' again.
Marin County, CA
Some bikes. Some with motors, some without.
Ha Ha! Kbasa I think you're confused, this is the commentary thread, the pics go in the other thread!
Ha Ha, too funny,, when I just now checked the photo thread I saw the shot by Voni #111 of the church tower but by the time I found what I wanted to post three others had posted, but oddly enough the one I was posting (of the smoke stacks with the fake palm fonds on them from my trip to cabo where I saw quite of few like that) fit in even better since the one right before it is now a picture of palm trees! Too kool.. I think this is the best photo thread to date. I wonder how long we can keep this one going, maybe even longer than the famous "nothing" thread started by Rapid_Roy....???
Some really great shots and every one seems to be having a really great time..