Saturday, 1 May 2010

Theme Day - Statues

This is a garden pig. He can be yours for a mere $785.

18 comments:

Dina said...

A garden pig?? It wouldn't go over too well here in Israel. LOL
What an idea!

Steffe said...

I think I would probably buy a new camera for that money, but you newer know!

cara said...

That is one miserable looking pig.

Joan Elizabeth said...

I thought when I saw the thumbnail that you had taken a photo of the boar in Macquarie Street. I quite like the idea of a garden pig. I could put him in the bad looking bits and imply he made it that way.

Bill said...

He is not a happy looking porker. I think the artist could have given him a bit of a smile.

J Bar said...

I think the look on his face is priceless.
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Hilda said...

I actually like how he looks, but $785???

CafebyJW said...

He looks miserable!

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Lavenderlady said...

Only a face a mother could love...I wish I could afford one just like it for my garden.

Ineke said...

^^^^love that comment, but totally agree.

Julie said...

Wuhoo ... what a looker. Nice piece of moulding there.

Jilly said...

What a fine pig. I used to collect pig sculptures but nothing this size or as expensive. Sure he's worth it tho.

lv2scpbk said...

A cute little pig.

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Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

this image grabs one's attention. he looks so mean though

Rob and Mandy said...

Wouldn't last long here, as we would make some very lovely sausages out of it

Louis la Vache said...

hee hee
«Louis» would rather invest that $785 in a ticket to Paris...

Pour le 1er Mai, «Louis» vous donne un bouquet de Muguet.

Mo said...

Nice but no thanks

Julie said...

Ann, I am trying to set up a function for either 15/16 May. Am inviting Jim, Peter, Sally and JOan as well as Bill and Diane. Which day is better for you?