That is well past pot belly, more like an exploding cauldron.I've never heard of a blue rooster before but if it has anything to do with fast food, it could well carry some of the responsibility for all the blubber around.PS not charitable at all, just holding myself back from a number of expletives.
Interesting blog here Stewart. Got a kick out of today's post.
Fine!!!.. In the first pic I like contrast between the two.. Funny.. Regards from Spain..
love that first shot!
Hi Stewart,Beautiful statue.The cock I find super, in purple color.Best regards, Irma
Love the blue rooster. So glad you looked and took pictures "elsewhere". MB
What a fun post for the day, Stewart! Love that colorful rooster!!
I long for the change of that blue cockerel!
TOOOO funny! A blue chicken??? REALLY??? :-)
Ha, ha! It's always fun to people watch at these popular tourist sites.
Oh God I am terribly afraid I know where that tourist in the first picture is from ... and I am so sorry to have inflicted that on you! The kids with the phones could I'm sure be from anywhere -- that's universal these days.Loved the rooster. I'll have something similar (plus a real bird or two) in my post tomorrow for WBW (if our wi-fi luck holds out).
That blue rooster is neat.. Love the people shots, I like to people watch! I remember a lot of pigeons being at the Trafalgar Square when I was there.
Blue rooster is awesome and life figures so real for OWT ~ Great shots ~ artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)
Nice! Interesting choice of photos!Iowa Voice
Wow, that blue rooster is epic!!
Ha! That fabulous blue Rooster gets my vote!!
That is such an intriguing juxtaposition of an elegant statue and reality. Also found the bottom photo indicative of modern life … looking into screens instead of what is around us. :)
Love the rooser!
Love the blue rooster! I love wtching pople -especially when they feel unobserved! Great captures.
Marie told us that the plinth with the blue rooster is likely to be the spot where QE II's statue will go one day. For now she said it's for modern art.
HA! Great post!I'm with you, some of the best things aren't on the tourist trail.