Whale's Tail

This is an old photo during our wedding anniversary holiday last 2009 at Victor Harbor, Adelaide. It's  2 years ago already but was forgotten to post yet since then. It's a whale's tail fountain weighed 900kg and it was made from silica bronze was built outside the SA Whale Center which is located in the middle of the park of Victor Harbor leisure and holidays attractions.

What's funny in the series of photos was when my hubby is going to take photo of me as a remembrance but I'm hardly able to position myself because the wind is blowing so strong as you can see on the trees and the water overflows towards the ground and because of my tiny weight hehe I almost blown by the wind. What hubby does is just took multiple shots until I was able to sit properly on the whale's tail fountain. I need to gain more weight to protect from any possible disasters like strong winds or whatever lol.

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  1. Genie Says:

    What a precious set of photos of you there with the shales tail. Where you are seated is about as colse as I ever one to get to one’s tail. Now that you told us, I can really tell how windy it actually was that day. Loved the post.genie

    Posted on November 2, 2011 at 12:56 PM  

    Ebie Says:

    That's a beautiful fountain! The tail looks so life size!

    Posted on November 2, 2011 at 1:04 PM  

    Carole Meisenhelter Says:

    now this was really different; interesting statue/fountain

    Posted on November 2, 2011 at 9:34 PM  

    Eschelle Says:

    HA! I wish I was light enough to be blown away by the wind lol, the two kids I have definitely helped in keeping me grounded lol!!

    very nice to meet you, I am a new follower via the watery wednesday blog hop, I very much look forward to visiting you again :)! www.mumfection.com

    Posted on November 3, 2011 at 2:55 AM  

    Faye Says:

    What fun you and new husband seem to be having in these photos. Are you still in danger of getting blown away in high winds? :-)

    Posted on November 3, 2011 at 9:35 AM  

    Romina Says:

    Hi Faye, thanks for the visit. I'm not sure yet, I didn't encounter any strong wind yet, but if there is I always hide on my hubby's back, he is my protector. hehe

    Posted on November 3, 2011 at 10:25 PM