Oh my goodness!!!! He's heading right for that apartment building~~~~~EEK!!Thanks for that kind comment.MB
Depending on the lighting, I'll bet he is a lot more scary at night!
What a huge ladder it must have taken to trim that one up!
il a l'air gentil ce godzilla ;) beau travail des jardiniers
It's massive! What a idea, they are very creative!MAybe some lizard , a big one, that little Luna could never try to hunt! :)HugsLéia
Eu vi estes arbustos lá no jardim. Na altura estava sem máquina e fiquei cheio de pena de não os poder fotografar... São demais!
Ha! That is so fun...what a clever thing.
I wouldn't want to come upon this at night on my way into that apartment building after having a few.
LOL, I guess I should bring my anti-godzilla-gear...
You're just missing Gamera, Mothra, Gigan, and the Bionic Monster...I've seen a few Godzilla movies in my day.
Great images. Congratulations.
I think it's name in Portugal should be Godzillao
:-) Did you run? :-)
How kewl :)
Godzilla needs water, look! His arms are dry and he looks very thirsty...Lovely ideaCiao
Happily this one seems peaceful ;)
Cool! My grandsons would love it.
OMGLooks SsCcAaRrYy ......:((But its a masterpiece of ART :-)FANTASTIC photo !!!
Very amusing. Bet it's a lot of work to maintain.Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog. Please visit again.
I still love the old B&W movies!
Heehee! That's the coolest topiary ever!
Great angle, makes him seem bigger than ever.
nossa, que legal isto!! como gostaria de saber esta arte, se soubesse faria várias esculturas no meu jardim...
Are you sure you didn't shoot this in Fort Lauderdale?
Very funny hedge - love fun stuff like this.
That's cool.Sydney - City and Suburbs
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