Random Musings from Adelaide, South Australia - A Nice Place to Live
No kidding, it's a long way to fall and hard when you hit. I rode a camel in Egypt many years ago. Nasty beasts on the whole.Happy weekend to you Colin.
There you go, great and unique take on the theme, love your shot!!Happy PH and happy weekend.
Teeheehee! And for the record, the one and only time I've ridden on a camel, I didn't have a helmet -- plastic or otherwise -- on! ;)
yes, I agree :) Nice happy photo!
I though you going to say the camel was plastic...wouldn't spit.
Aloha!!OMG..If I didn't read the bottom description-I'd think you were saying the camel was plastic. How funny. Yes helmets are important--didn't know you had to wear one while camel riding. Learn something.Have a great weekend.http://upcountrysmiles.comStop by & visitCindy O
(Typo!)G'day - and crikey mate. They're a bit too high up off the ground for me! :)http://lesliesmyers.blogspot.com/2009/05/photohunt-plastic-chairs-outside-cafe.html
I think I would want more than just a helmet to ride a camel. FUN photo!
Oh, wow. I'd never thought about needing a helmet when riding a camel, but, of course, I hadn't thought a whole lot about riding a camel! My plastics are right here: http://blondesherry.blogspot.com/2009/05/photohunt-plastic.htmlSherry at EX Marks the Spot
I would think some anti-nausea medication would also be helpful with all that swaying back and forth, back and forth. Mine is up here.
A piece of plastic that will be good protection against head injury :)
PERFECT! I love what you came up with. So clever. Great photo. That's something I've always wanted to do. Hope you had fun.I played too! I’m just running behind in visiting others. Come on over. Have a wonderful weekend!
Oops! Your link in the PhotoHunt today (7/18/09) brought me to Plastics rather than Rocks. Cute picture, though.
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