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Excellent road blocks at that.
Thank you, Timothy.
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I hate when that happens!
Yes, it could be quite bothersome. 🙂
We have cows sometimes on the roads, but rhinos would be quite a road block.
Yes, I know the thing with cows, sheep, goats…
…but wait till the rhinos and hypos are coming. 🙂
Certainly feeling like this. Love it.
Don’t feed them!
Why not. They might eat all the things growing by the road. 🙂
Do they hurt when doing this?
Maybe. I was taking the picture from a bridge. So I had a save distance. 🙂
Thanks. I’m glad you like it.
Misschien een oplossing voor de vele files! grapje.
die kom je liever niet tegen…
een prachtige surrealistische foto Rabirius
Dank je wel, Willy.
Wow! Some roadblock! Great shot.
What a fantastic way to reduce speed in favor for nature and environment.
Yes, there are so many possibilities to be explored. 🙂
Als we die 2 wegreuzen nu eens als trekpaard zouden gebruiken ? 🙂
Rhino’s en nijlpaarden staan niet echt bekend voor hun goed humeur, maar toch hé ?
Misschien lost dat de mobiliteitsproblemen op.
Nou, je moet ze gewoon gelukkig houden. 🙂
So orderly. Northbound and southbound.
Yes, at least some order has to be maintained. 🙂
I totally pay attention when a hippo or Elephant is blocking the road. It just makes sense. Nice job Rabirius. 😀
Yes, you better pay attention. They don’t really care for speed limits and things. 🙂
Thanks for your compliments, John.
Tough to pass too.
Brilliant.. love this one… 🙂 ❤
Thanks a lot, Sue.
Always welcome.. ❤
Oh, gosh golly, were those twelve monkeys at it again? This could be worse than flying frogs. The restaurants won’t like it. Or, it could be a good thing. They stamp out fires, you know. Nice shot.
Thanks a lot. I’m glad you like it.
Fabulously outrageous 🙃
lol I’d definitely take that as a sign to go elsewhere 🙂
I like what you do with pictures; you are very creative; David Redpath whose blog you may know is another
No, I don’t know David. But I just had a look at his blog. I really like his works. Thanks for pointing that out.
Somehow they look like they belong there.
Now that the cars are gone, maybe they do. 🙂
You can’t get around that by car!
Well, at least you need to be careful. 🙂
How did you decide which tonality to use for this image?
I wanted to create an atmosphere that is warm and cold at the same time. So I used to convert it to blue and yellow.
I love this piece!
I’m glad you like it.
Ugh yes, that’s blocking the road alright!
Reminds me of King Kong — really fun art, rabirius.
Thank you, Jet. I’m glad you like it.
This is wonderful! Thank You for the smile You just gifted!!! Cheers!!! 🙂
I’m glad I could make you smile. I hope you have a happy day today as well.
Thank You! You too! 😊
Wow! Some road blocks!!! 🙂
Simplemente: Genial la foto.
Muchas gracias, Manuel.
Reblogged this on Hellenic Canadian Literature.
Thanks for reblogging.
[…] picture might seem familiar to you. That is no wonder, it is a coloured version of Road Blocks, a picture I posted not too long […]
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