Sunday, 27 May 2012

Crocodiles & Strained Smiles

Paris iPhone Photo Chronicles
~ Crocodiles & Strained Smiles ~

BONUS: For Street Photography Fans!

In case you've never been up close and personal with a tiger's backside before, allow me to be the one to introduce you to the experience, and it's fairly impressive when all's said and done.

I particularly like the snaking tail, and there's an accompanying reptile between his legs to show him how it's done if necessary.

We're in the Tuileries gardens, where there are a lot of interesting statues of all sorts: classical, modern and just downright weird, as well as temporary pieces which could, quite frankly, be anything.

This crocodile's proportions and contortions seem to be more or less accurate, but remind me to show you the classic Paris croc where he's twisting his head back on himself at a physically impossible angle - one to snigger over.

And one day, just maybe, I'll show you the statue where the protagonist seems to be cradling behind his back what he is so sorely lacking up front. Clearly not a problem our fine feline friend has, at least for the moment. 'Fraid I can't go into any more details for fear of frightening the children, but it's intriguing to say the least...

And why not...
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