Photo-a-Day (Friday, 27th May, 2016)
I don't know about topiary, it looks like the Loch Ness Monster.
Its very good but I woudnt want it in my garden
That is really good, and very clever. Good photo too!
The Loch Ness Monster in Wigan???
Good pic, Edward.
Nice to see "Nessie" as paid us a visit.
Obviously the Loch Ness Monster.Well done.
If its Nessie it should be at Wigan Pier!
Looks more like a camel to me.
Which reminds me...Whats a camel called with three humps...HUMPHREY! :o)
Whoever made this has a lovely sense of humour, it must cheer up lots of neighbours.
Thanks for this humorous photo Edward
Jokes like that Johnny, you must still get the DANDY and the BEANO !!!!
Obviously done it for attention. Nice work though, very skillful. However, I hope the neighbours don't mind it, if it was in my garden the neighbours would be complaining to the council in a second; far too many backstabbing, miserable and ignorant neighbours these days (the sort that say hello one minute then never take you on the next) who'll comp!ain about the slightest thing you're doing and are looking for axes to grind. Contrary to popular myth, not all us Wiganers are salt of the earth. That's one thing of our past that was better than today, it was friendlier neighbours and community spirit.
No Johnny, a camel called Humphrey would have no humps. Hump free?
I was an EAGLE lad, me!
Good one! :O)
Its called diversity...I wont expand but I'm sure you get my drift!
You're right years ago neighbours were friendlier and approachable. At least your neighbour would be like-minded, not today which brings me back to diversity!
I would rather see a garden like this than a neglected one! It is creative that's for sure -even if it looks like a dog at the front with a fish's tail,,,,!
I love Wigan's Lopped Hedge Monster, thanks Edward :o)