This photo was taken on March 11, 2020 at 4:09 AM.
The location was in Washington DC at the entrance drive to a very upscale hotel which is paved in cobble stones.
The "Take It!" came from having had a second look at this unusual scrap of paper which appears to have been a tear out originally which differs from most paper I
observe in the street (Most have defined edges found on such things as, discarded napkins, register receipts, food wrappers, etc.).
The fold over ear - was the part that had me look twice to see if there was any way to draw from imagination a figure common enough to relate to.
Quite frankly - I think it looks more like a cow - but then, from the best of my recollection - cows do not have floppy ears - lol.
Here is hoping this bit of scrap brings a grin in your day.
Wishing you all my best,
PS: By the way - while the cobble stones give a very cool and rustic look to the entrance - the personnel who staff the entry dislike the unevenness found with
them as they are punishing to their feet (even with super soft soled footwear to absorb this rough surface).
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Jim (Tuesday, 05 May 2020 15:24)
I agree it does look like a cow.
Sally (Tuesday, 05 May 2020 15:29)
Our little one absolutely loved this one. She had it up for over a half an hour.
SF1967 (Tuesday, 05 May 2020 15:34)
Zero imagination required here. Dog, cow, either work.
Yuppie7 (Tuesday, 05 May 2020 15:35)
you shoulda put a little bit of grass next to its mouth lol
MHampy (Tuesday, 05 May 2020 15:37)
I never thought I'd hear myself calling trash adorable.
xXRodriguezXx (Tuesday, 05 May 2020 15:39)
I wonder how it got there and ended up in that exact shape.
Teri (Tuesday, 05 May 2020 15:41)
This did bring a grin, thank you!
Gabe (Tuesday, 05 May 2020 15:42)
You should make a book of all these.
Bruce (Friday, 08 May 2020 20:10)
Thanks to everyone for your kind comments. I am very happy this one brought such enjoyment.
A special thanks to Gabe for the suggestion for a book. I will try a small gallery show here at the house to see if they spark an interest and will let you all know the results. I am working on a way to put on such a show - using the IKEA shelving units I have which are the cubicle type. When it is put together I will make up a photo/story and share it with everyone. I am doing my best to get everything well organized since my move to this location - and am happy to say - I am making some progress.
My best to every one.