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Thursday, January 7, 2010

Photohunt: Lick







http://tnchick.com/
I guess the dog with his tongue sticking out can be consider a lick. Even if it is a corrougated iron tongue.

Tirau was Oxford before I went to Singapore. It has reinvented itself as a town of antique and collectible shops.

On our way between Taupo and Rotorua, I was attracted by these two corrugated iron buildings. The sheep is the souvenirs shop and the sheep dog is the tourist information centre. The sheep industry is very important to New Zealand. The sheep farmer needs his dog to round up his sheep.

It was raining heavily when we were there with Sister Rose.

7 comments:

Martha Z said...

New Zealand loves its sculpture and so do I. These sculptural buildings are great.
I posted some Wellington sculpture today.

Patty said...

How creative of them. Those are just precious little buildings.

thomas said...

This shops have the perfect theme for the area.

Superman said...

Nice and cute building!

Half Indian said...

Great capture.
xi nian hao!

Bengbeng said...

heheh very unusual building

Irene aka Sweet Surrender said...

Very interesting. Thanks for dropping by ;)

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