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Emm, nice photo and definitely extinct. looks like it might be outside the Tate Modern. Am I correct?
Very, very cool.
I love that! Have a great Wednesday.
Wow, that is gorgeous!
I love these elephants! Next time I'm in town I'm going to try to find these guys :-)
The elephant looks comfortable sitting there watching people go by.
Love this one! I love the colours.~B xx
Central London is going to be a slightly duller place without those elephants following me around everywhere I go.
Appropriate title I should think. My friend did an article on these cute little guys. They were so diverse and interesting. Nothing like this ever comes to my area. I think it's time to move.
Very cute elephant, I can see my wee boys climbing all over it.
It's great the way the other animals and birds have been superimposed on the main body of the sculpture.
That is really neat! I love it!
Emm what a fantastic sculpture and a great way of putting over that the elephant must be protected and not hunted for its ivory.They'd love this in Thailand.
I must be going crazy. I'm almost 100% certain I replied to all of your comments already!! Oh well, you know me... better late than never (which I am sure is what Le Husband said when I arrived 45 minutes than the scheduled time at our wedding).@ Mike: it is outside Royal Festival Hall but close!@ Beth F: I agree. I just loved the Elephant Parade@ And Miles To Go: Thank you! A good Wednesday to you too.@ Fishhawk: I agree - you should have seen the detail on this particular one - it was lovely.@ Ashwathy: I know, isn't he just!?@ JaPRA: Did you manage to catch them before they all disappeared??@ AVCr8teur: He was on that day but the poor thing was soaked the previous time I saw him!@ Betty: Thank you!@ William: I know - I really kind of miss them.@ The Ancient Digger: Oh really? What was the link to their article? Don't move!! It is nice and warm where you are!!@ Ryan: I had to exercise restraint not to sit on them myself!@ John: I agree! It was a really lovely one with such gorgeous brush work.@ My Momma Drama: They were all over London!@ Martyn: I agree wholeheartedly. This particular campaign was for the Asian elephant.
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