Saturday, August 30, 2008

Camera Critters (#21)


The Rumble and Roar edition

In honor of Harley Davidson's 105th anniversary, which is going on this weekend in Milwaukee and the surrounding area, I thought I'd post this critter:

And this critter from 5 years ago at the 100th birthday party:

What do you mean you don't see a critter there? Look closer -

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  1. Very original and funny post. I looked closer and saw the critter!

  2. They all look like hogs to me! And all very handsome ones.

  3. A hawg convention! What fun!! lol They come in all sizes and shapes don't they?

    Have a wonderful weekend!
    My Camera Critters Here and Here

  4. Lovely and funny post! Thanks for the visit!

  5. That's a great shot of a hog. Harley's look good for a 105.

  6. Cute! :-)
    Thanks for your visit to my blog.

  7. WooooHoooo - those are the most beautiful kind of hogs there are! Oh yeah!!!

  8. Very cute and original post! All hogs! It made me laugh...Very funny!!!

  9. Hi Anna. I enjoyed this funny post. You spotted a really funny critter. :)

  10. Very original and cool !!!

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