Saturday, February 14, 2009

Puff the Magic.../ Camera Critters

Magic in a field next to the road

It's not every day you get to meet a dragon! Driving on a country road north of EG we happened on this friendly metal fellow standing in a field fairly close to the road so, of course, I HAD to take his picture to share with you.

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23 comments:

Titania said...

This is a wonderful creature. I would wish to take this one home. The colours of the picture enhances the whole setting extraordinarily.

PERBS said...

That's a super dragon! I'm glad you took the time to get the photo to share with us!!!!!!

I also left a comment on the post below. I know I checked yoru blog yesterday but you hadn't posted when I stopped by, I guess.

Annie said...

Omigoodness, what a treat to find. I ran across two giraffes in a front yard this week. I'm posting them tomorrow. Be sure to come by and see them. Annie

cieldequimper said...

He doesn't look scary!

Dragonstar said...

WOW!!!
Aileni sent me over to see this. I LOVE it! I want one!!!
Great photo.

guild-rez said...

WOW..
What an interesting picture:)

Walked along the shoreline of Lake Ontario and discovered an Indian Goddess a religious symbol decorated with flowers stuck in snow and ice.
- Cheers from Guildwood.

chrome3d said...

I would have taken a photo of it too. Superb details.

BJ Roan said...

Puff the Magic Camera Critter, nice find.

Jarart said...

This is why we love you, always finding the most wonderful things. Happy V-day.

Chriss said...

Great shots. I love the dragon photo. Have a wonderful weekend.

i beati said...

unusual and gorgeous and memorable-- love the feeder too sandy

fishing guy said...

EG: Lovely capture of the magical critter.

Babooshka said...

Now that is something that I would expect to find here along with fairies. He's a beauty.

Willard said...

That is an unusual subject! Very well done, I like it.

Tootie said...

Wow, I bet that made you take a second look. :-)

twobarkingdogs said...

I would have had to stop and take a photo of this too! Great photo.




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Carletta said...

OMG I LOVE this! And, I want one!

I see Dragonstar said that - to be expected. :)

Rose said...

Wow==he is quite the handsome guy!

Kerri said...

WOW! What a GREAT shot!!

Dianne said...

How cool!! I bet he makes a lot of people do a double take

Misty Dawn said...

WOW! You're right - this is something I don't see every day! I want one!

Manz said...

Love these mystical creatures... I have one on a mantel in my home :)

It's a good photograph.

Cam said...

HI!! I really like this photo, but I found it while desperately trying to find the location of this dragon.

I am member of motorcycle touring club and one game we play is photo tag, in which one member will take a pic of their bike near an object, and the next person has to find the object and take a pic as well...In this case someone has taken a pic of their bike in front of this Dragon Statue so I am desperately trying to find the statue, I know from the original article that it is north of EG, but is there a road name that might help me?

Any help you can provide is fine.

Have a wonderful day.

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