Like an elephant…

The scaffolding was removed recently from the department store that has been extended and received its new escalator in February, and so it shines in all its splendor – and, well, it somehow looks to me like an elephant with its tusks cut off:

house with trunk

Or what do you see? :bigsmile:

5 Comments

  1. ein haus?

  2. Nee, das wär dann doch zu einfach. :mrgreen:

  3. Doch, das kommt ungefähr hin, weil auch der Schornstein so ein bisschen das Ohr imitiert (wäre dann ein indischer Elefant).

  4. Stimmt! Ich kann auch den Elefanten sehen :-)

  5. Hoffentlich reißt er sich nicht los und kommt herübergetrampelt. :P

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