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Monday, 9 February 2009

What Do Bangkok and Tokyo Have in Common?

They both have very fancy cow figurines on the street!

The following pictures are those colourful cow figurines I saw at the Outlet Village Khao Yai located at Pak Chong district (Nakhon Ratchasima).

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This is one cow with zebra cross-breeding.

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This is the most appropriate during this festive season of Chinese New Year.

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This must be from the planet Krypton.

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This has got to be the hottest cow in town!

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When I was roaming one of the poshest shopping streets in Tokyo near the Imperial Palace, the Naka-dori at Marunouchi, I saw the following cow figurines.

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This has got to be the horniest cow in Tokyo with that torn pantyhose. I couldn't stop laughing when I saw it.

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The last one I spotted was Cow de Arabia at the Marunouchi Building.

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Today is also the 15th day, the last day of Chinese New Year for the year of the ox. I would like to wish everybody an ox~picious year ahead after seeing so many fancy and colourful cows.

6 comments:

Mojo said...

"Ox-picious year?"
*groan*... good one.
Why cows I wonder?

Back in 2000 we had a similar thing going on here only it was wolves (I assume as a nod to the NC State University Wolfpack) that roamed the city streets.

Great shots as always though CK!

Your Photo Tips said...

Very cool find. In our neighboring town there is a running theme of "rabbits" although I have absolutely no idea why.

Damien

ws pang said...

happy chinese new year... happy chap goh meh.

Funkye said...

its soo creative. they all look great.. salute the artists... btw ck, u seldom in kch isit? since u travel a lot..

Ah Dom said...

Amazing to see so many types of appearance and colors.

Ah Tee' said...

Hey Ah Heer, never know that you've visited Khao Yai already. Actually, Khao Yai is somewhat the same feeling as Nikko in Japan. And it is located very close to the Sun Flower farms you wish to take photo.
Miss

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