|The label says "Tall Horse", but I know better.|
It's a giraffe, all right.
(And yes, it is also wine. Haven't tasted it [yet])
|Yes, that is my finger in front of the lens...|
Above it, however, is a girafflag. Or banneraffe.
What I want to know, though, is where "giraffe1" is..?
|A nanako point is, apparently, where arrogant giraffes hang out.|
|From a sign. Somewhere. For something. Probably not giraffe-related.|
|And of course this one, that I have posted earlier.|
My suggestion was that it was an ad for a giraffe grooming salon,
but of course my readers had many more creative ideas. Giraffe clothing
store? Giraffe tailor shop? Or my favourite - the giraffe is getting mugged!
(Poor giraffe, though it is looking reasonably happy...)
*If I copied the proper katakana (and you never know - Japanese websites can be tricksy...), キリン means "giraffe" in Japanese. It struck me that it's been a while since I've "giraffed around the world" like I used to, and this seemed like the perfect opportunity. I actually started this post waaaay back in March, but then it didn't feel right to post it after I went home after the quake. Now that I am back, however, it feels more appropriate.
Also, if you read Japanese, and you notice that I didn't copy the proper katakana, I would greatly appreciate if you tell me that I managed to write a blog post about "title" or "heading" or whatever the Japanese Wikipedia page about giraffes is called...