Saturday, February 6, 2010

The aliens have landed...


...and their antennae are scouting out the landscape!

29 comments:

Louis la Vache said...

Right out of Roswell!
;-)

tapirgal said...

I see you have visitors from Ft. Lauderdale. I hope they behave! Re: the clock in the Musee d'Orsay. I didn't do anything except snap the photo. I got lucky :)

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

You have made the bane beautiful!

Jan
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Don and Krise said...

Holy War of the Worlds Batman! We love this shot Jacob.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This is very funny. Well done. I wonder where the aliens will go next, as their antennae have not yet found anything. They have arrived in Florida just in time to be counted in the census.

Small City Scenes said...

Oh my gosh! It's true--thy're here---a whole colony. that's what they call them you know. Remember the very old movie "The Body Snatchers"? Well watch out!

MB

Rose said...

hahaha....that sure does describe it.

Saretta said...

Oh, that made me laugh so hard! Thanks! :-)

Hilda said...

LOL!

VP said...

They had good tips about where to go!

Bibi said...

Ha! They really DO look like aliens...hmmm... There are some over here, too....

Andreea said...

:) Funny. The mothership left them stranded :)

brattcat said...

Hahahahaha. So clever.

cieldequimper said...

You're surrounded. I wonder what your next photos will be like!

Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Ack! I don't think I would have recognized them, good eye. Perhaps they are benign - have you tried offering them each their own golf cart?
Three Rivers Daily Photo

JM said...

I've never seen so many periscopes in my life! LOL!

Regarding your comments:
1. The burmese boys come from very poor families and sending them to the monasteries is, most of the times, the only way they are taken care of and get some education. Only those who 'have the faith' will go on being a monk, the others will leave to a regular life.
2. Euphorbias are a very large plant family from Africa. Most of them really look like cacti and can be huge but they are just succulents. I keep several different species, some of them brought from their habitat.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Hahaha! Look out, Jacob! They may be looking for you!

WestonDailyPhoto said...

lol...lots of them....

Leif Hagen said...

I think you and Lois Anne better go and hide under your bed - quick!

Jarart said...

Ha! Too funny!

Jacob said...

@ Three Rivers - Yes, we did offer a golf cart to each one. They ate them!

Birdman said...

Ha! These look like right out of the old War of Worlds movie. Weird!

Leif Hagen said...

Jacob - there's a special crossing posted today on the East Gwillimburg daily photo just for you ....
: - )

Memphis MOJO said...

Jacob, you really do have a fertile imagination. Now that you mention it, I do see the ETs.

Rob said...

ha! It does look like an alien invasion.

Bergson said...

so funny

magicpolaroid said...

like colors, perspective and contrast!

jusdealem said...

Haha! Very funny!! Keep them in Florida, please. ;)

Ming said...

Love the pic. So many of them :-)

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson