Oh, yes! It does indeed! What a great take on the pic of the day! I love it! Hope you have a great week!Sylvia
Lol! Stay away from under the flight path of flying horses! Very clever---made me laugh!
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Spreading the wealth, so to speak . . .
Here comes the hocky puck size waste. Get your hard hats on.What a fun take, loved it.
And I guess they better wonder where the Restricted Air Space is with the Back Fire that's bound to happen.
Yeah, I'd watch out for those 'emissions' LOL (Dave made me laugh loudest in the comments!)
Gotta love those emissions!!! :O)
Emissions? I'm ducking. :)Mine is up.PG
I'll say it does :o) - nice
Flying horses are very dignified.They wait for a quiet corner by the misty lake to ehm...relief themselves.Flying horse stable owner
LOL ... soo good, I loved it!! :o)
As a pedestrian, I, too am very concerned about the emissions! Please do not deviate from your designated flight paths.
LOL. What a clever take on the picture!Have a lovely week x
HaHa! Love the humor. Thanks for my morning chuckle.
I'm all for going green! LOL :)
Hmmm. Until I read this post I had never before worried about emissions from a winged horse. Now I fear I will be constantly looking up... just in case. :)
Lol.. good one .. Loved it...Go green, so what if it comes at a smelly cost :D
Those could be some potent emissions. Fun take on the picture :)
How many miles to the um...flap, does Pegasus get? :)
Susannah,Oh my, just what I didn't need...checking overhead for large emissions! I have enough trouble with the seagulls! lol! Great MM!~Jean
Just when you thought it was safe to venture out... Funny one for the week!
OK, that's funny! Umbrellas are for more than rain, I think.
too good! :)
XD! :-)How about oats and honey?..
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