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Discussion in 'Photos' started by nanohiccup, Jul 5, 2010.
No idea what these are or what they signify, but they're quirky/cool.
No BS here....
That looks like a anti-polesitting device. Are there many polesitter there?
Maybe a cure for piles!
oh man, that's firebush...it means there's dangerous redheads in the area...be careful
It actually rained last night...leftover clouds today...
This fits the thread:
(Me + bike in the picture)
Don’t pass a giant shrimp everyday;
Here’s the mascot/symbol of the village Hoek van Holland.
More information can be found (in dutch) at https://joseknippenberg.nl/de-hoekse-vogel/
Ever seen a harp at a roundabout?
Well, now you have!
Otherwise you could consider going there via https://goo.gl/maps/uBk4ej9WQqhBFUnc6
Isn't that a contradiction,... giant and shrimp?
Wow, a headless dinosaur! Was that a taxidermist place?
most homes start by building a solid foundation then add floors, some homes stay with the foundation.
I'd say that was a good idea for anyone living in the tornado belt. I have seen a few houses built that way, then years later built on another story. Certainly would reduce heating and cooling costs.
Ed Galloway's Totem Pole Park, off Route 66, Foyil, Oklahoma.