Saturday, July 18, 2009

What is it?

I love all the scenic and funny photos posted by other bloggers on a daily basis. Wayne has blogs of sunrises, sunsets and the sea in Isla Mujeres. Steve has cocoanut plantations around Melaque and men riding down the beach. So, I thought I would add to the photographic wonders with this shot. Can you guess what it is? It's one of those photos you take that when you see it, it surprises you. So, post a guess. The winner gets a gold star, right in the middle of their forehead............remember those?

11 comments:

Ruco said...

I know what that is, it's CABANA BOY, on the iside taking a picture of Miss Babs in her BIKINI washing the car outside. That was easy, just blow the bubbles away, and there she is.

Tina said...

Car wash from inside the car!

Robin in Atlanta said...

I think it's the bottom of Bab's wine glass as she toasts Mr. Tequila man and downs the very last drop, thankful it's not TEQUILA!

Felipe said...

A martini morning. I remember them well. Can´t fool me. I want my gold star.

chris said...

This is what your face looks like after a moose kiss.

Steve Cotton said...

I'm with Ruco and Tina: windshield looking out during car wash.

maria luz said...

I'm with Tina and Steve. The blue and pink dyed bubbles are the giveaway.

Kay Cox said...

I agree...it is the car wash. I have always thought it such a surreal experience and I love it. Our dog (past tense) Freckles, couldn't wait to go through the car wash with us. He loved challenging the big machine as it rolled over us with profusive barks and wagging of the tail.

Babs said...

"Youse guys" are waaaaaaay too smart for me. Yes, it was sitting in the car in the car wash. I had never seen the colored bubbles and squealed in delight and wanted to share it with you. We just have plain white ones in Texas.

SO, as the teachers used to do - ya'll all get gold stars on your forehead, but you'll have to come to San Miguel for the ceremony.

CU soon?

maria luz said...

I am in Texas. We are more sophisticated up here in the DFW area than our cohorts to the south in Houston. Our bubbles have been dyed pink and blue for some years now.

Happy travels Babs and TM!
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Kay Cox said...

We've had pink and blue here in Seabrook for a lot of years...where ya been, Barb?