Thursday, December 18, 2008

Feed the dragon when he is hungry



Karen found this and didn't know what it was supposed to show, but I think it's clear: it's a moat. Not the most impassable of moats, but clearly a moat.

6 comments:

Stuart said...

Feel ... dizzy ... must ... sit.

Who took these pictures? David Lynch?

Melinda said...

Seriously, somebody needs to tell the photographer about depth of field.

*jen ~ Fifty-Cent Head said...

What are we counting with the numbers, there? Drips? Puddles? People who slipped and fell?

T said...

my son says that's a claw in the upper left - and it's not melting snow... it's obviously slobber from the hungry dragon!

Linnee said...

If "HOUSE IS UP THE WALK-WAY/STAIRS AWAY FROM THE STREET," my guess us that this must be a picture of the walk-way/stairs. The numbers are probably other houses away from the street. Aren't all houses away from the street?

Anonymous said...

What I can't figure out is, the lot size says 784 sq feet. Is that even possible? That's smaller than our whole small house! Normal lot size here (in Portland, OR) is 5000 sq feet. How is it possible to have a house on such a teensy lot? Or is this like, part of a fourplex (or more) and they're just counting the fraction of the lot that belongs with this tiny house?