Ready for Take-Off Posted on Monday, 10th August , 2015 by Stephen G. Hipperson I suspect this is some sort of aggregate grader, but to me it looked as if it was about to take to the air like some prehistoric pterodactyl. —Stephen— Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
It looks exactly like that but I doubt if it would fly 🙂
If it could where would it go?………
It look like Thunderbird no 2 from the 1960’s TV series Thunderbirds 🙂
Of course, I knew I’d seen it before!
You have a very good point here,
but I don’t want to see when it landing again… 😀
🙂 – I think it would make a bit of a mess of whatever it landed on!
Reminds me a giant grasshopper. But it is cool in itself too.
Agree, grasshopper indeed, with a touch of science fiction alien landing device thrown in?
Grasshoppers ARE mechanical aliens!
🙂 – it wasn’t running when I was there, but I reckon the noise it makes would be enough to frighten any alien away!
Good one – of course it does!
It indeed looks like taking off 😀
I have somthing rathet similar – but that one seems to be crying out for help… might appear on my blog one of these days 😉
🙂 – imagination is a wonderful thing.
It is! 😀
Definitely a crashed Thunderbird!
As if it is rising from the earth in the middle of nowhere. First I thought, “Wow. that is amazing and beautiful.” Next I thought, “Oooooh ….. the beginning of the next sci fi horror film!” Nice job.
There were a couple of Oystercatchers (which may mean nothing to you) flitting around on top of the piles of aggregate but I didn’t have a long lens with me.