Friday, November 11, 2016

Moooving right along.. Le Grand Panache!



Moving forward is the only way to go right! 'Le Grand Panache' another in the series of 'cows about town' in the Perth Cow Parade. This bovine enigma created by Canadian artist Pascal Proteau seemed the perfect choice for the moment. Horns represent 'protection and defense, communication, strength and power. On closer inspection I see them thar udders down below.. that's no bull :) It's been a rough couple of days politically speaking but I'm still sure of one thing, good people will always be good people, nothing that goes on around them will change that. Happy Friday, take care and stay safe.. P.s. how about the flower behind the ear, tough and female, it does happen :)


30 comments:

  1. Moo. The cyclist in the background looks fit. And probably happy about the weather.

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  2. That cow looks like it is horning in on the parade.

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  3. those are some horns and love her little flower!

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  4. That cow looks smooth just like milk chocolate.

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  5. You know Grace, we have a car dealership here in the Phoenix area that has used the phrase "that ain't no bull" for many, many years. If fact, they still end every commercial with that phrase. This "cow" made me think of that ad immediately. It fits perfectly.
    As for this other stuff going on in my country, I just keep telling myself, this too shall pass. Hopefully, without too much damage.

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  6. That one redefines the term "longhorn!"

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  7. Wow - that really is a serious longhorn!

    All the best Jan

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  8. Let's hear it for cow power. That is an amazing piece of sculpture.

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  9. Love the cow-power Grace and that dainty flower precariously perched behind the ear brings a bit of flower-power !

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  10. Very unusual. One reason I am not an artist is that I would never think of something like this.

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  11. There is a joke to made somewhere, but it won't come to me. Just as well perhaps. I had actually forgotten that cows have horns, well are supposed to.

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  12. Those horns are unbelievable. So dramatic. And the cow seems quite content with their grandeur.

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  13. How now brown cow! That's a bit of a load on the head!

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  14. Wow, this is an impressive cow or bull with that horns.

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  15. I wouldn't want to meet him if he was real

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  16. Uma armação que mete respeito.
    Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.
    Andarilhar

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  17. Your cow is amazing but I want a close up of that cyclist ;)

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  18. We call these things Texas Longhorns. But that's the longest horns I've ever seen.

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  19. She's let power go to her head - but I'm not going to tell her>

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  20. Would be difficult to get inside somewhere with those horns..;)
    I love the flower!

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  21. Now those sure are horns, Grace. Love the flower :-)

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  22. Some amazing horns, great cow!

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  23. Good grief, look at those horns!

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