Monday, September 2, 2013

Transporting a Gladiator


If you ever need to transport a gladiator, check this out to find out how it's safely done.  :-)
You can imagine my surprise when this truck-load of plastic muscle-bound masculinity passed me on Central Ave.  I quickly grabbed my camera and followed behind the truck hoping for a chance at a shot.  When that bus stopped at the curb stopping the cars behind, I had my opportunity and I took it.  I wonder where he was going?

15 comments:

llandudnopictures said...

I imagine that caused a few raised eyebrows and heads to turn, great capture!

JM said...

Great find! :-)

Andy said...

LOL. It always pays to have your camera close at hand.

Stefan Jansson said...

Ha, surprise photo of the day, check.

Birdman said...

Off to another rescue, I guess. Hope he's a lttle more 'active' though.

Judy said...

I love it when things like that happen. It's the best reason to always have a clean windshield.

Mersad said...

This is fun!

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography

Steve Reed said...

That is hilarious. As Andy said, a perfect illustration of why it's so important to always have your camera!

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

How many accidents happened after it went down the street. Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

RedPat said...

That is so funny, Sharon!
Sounds like you got a good tour on that TV show.

glenda said...

You take the most interesting photos from your car.

Randy said...

It's amazing what you can see on a daily commute. Love it!

Bruce Taylor, a.k.a. Catalyst said...

Hooray for Hollywood!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Definitely not his best angle :)))))

Jack said...

I didn't know they made a sculpture of me!