Thursday, July 10, 2014
A VERY RARE MAINE /CANADIAN TREAT
No! You can't have my apple!
OK, I'm curious.
Oh, you're not like the thing I just sniffed. What are you?
The dog looks a little nervous ,
check out the hair on his back, sorta the attack mode!!
Oh, yes! I know mother-love in any form. Very nice.
Beautiful Snow Moose A must see.
You probably won't see this again in your lifetime!
Look behind the moose on the left
I'm glad you came by.
You never would have believed me
if you hadn't seen it for yourself.
It really doesn't matter what colour the outside is - white chocolate or dark brown chocolate.
These animals were photographed just north of Millinocket, Maine on the border, near a small Canadian town, near a border crossing station.
Once in a while there is an opportunity to take in a piece of nature that you may never see. In these days of unrest and turmoil it is great to see that GOD still produces some wondrous beauty.
The driver is really wishing his camera was handy.
The odds of seeing an albino moose are extremely rare.
I have had the opportunity once.
And to see this in the upper regions of Maine is not uncommon, but to see two is astronomical!
To see two of them together is nearly impossible.
They wanted to share these photos with as many people as possible because you will probably never have a chance to see this rare sight again.
This is a really special treat, so enjoy the shots of a lifetime
Care deeply, and
Leave the rest to God."
Julian Beever and Edgar Mueller
Incredibly talented artists!!
These are ALL drawn on FLAT concrete surfaces!
Incredibly Beautiful 3D Art!
Street Artist's.....newest creations...
Edgar Mueller - Super Artist
Great Crevase Edgar Mueller.
Hard work: Together with up to five assistants, Mueller painted all day long from sunrise to sunset. The picture appeared on the East Pier in Dun Laoghaire, Ireland as part of the town's Festival of World Cultures.
He spent five days, working 12 hours a day, to create the 250 square meter image of the crevasse, Which, viewed from the correct angle, appears to be 3D. He then persuaded passers-by to complete The illusion by pretending the gaping hole was real. I wanted to play with positives and negatives to encourage people to think twice about everything they see,' he said. 'It was a very scary scene, but when people saw it they had great fun playing on it and pretending to fall into the earth. I like to think that later, when they returned home, they might reflect more on what a frightening scenario it was and say, Wow, that was actually pretty scary."
Mueller, who has previously painted a giant waterfall in Canada , said he was inspired by The British 'Pavement Picasso' Julian Beever, whose dramatic but more gentle 3D street Images have been featured in the Daily Mail.
These guys are amazing
no matter how you look at it!