Hahahhahaha... Nobody heard more than I did about him... From the Mexican farmers and the Guatemalan macheteros to the Costa Rican tourist=oriented story tellers , all the way to the gauchos of the Patagonian pampa. Greg, its the first time I see its been spotted in Polska , :)
Trust you to track down a scary beast...however are you sure this isn't the work of the Greater varigated Lodz frog vampire? I heard one had escaped from a crypt. Nice shot of this crispy frog and thanks for putting a smile on my face (from the note not the dead frog :-))
- Janice (18832)
- [2005-12-07 4:29]
Yes, I can see the holes in the frog's neck!! You sure it's now another name for a vampire???
So El Chupacabra is wandering around the highways and biways of Lodz in Poland?
What's that at your window Red Greg?? Go send Joanna to open it and see...
- Graal (5100)
- [2005-12-07 4:29]
świetnie "złapane", te cienie dodają szczególnej atmosfery. Super ostrość. Niesamowite stworzonko. Dobra robota.
I've read a book about cryptozoology. It's really fascinating and has a lot to do with my small hobby - ancient folk beliefs.
And as for this shot this is just another great example of your quite exceptional imagination ;)
The shadow on the road is stunning!
- petrudamsa (2544)
- [2005-12-07 5:39]
Reality or myth?
The scientist has failed yet to get hands on an individual of chupacabra.
(You may have some small variety in Poland that likes small lizards and frogs? :-))
Probably it will conquer Europe soon!
- cafecrem (9248)
- [2005-12-07 6:14]
It's ... sad :-(
- gerhardt (11620)
- [2005-12-07 7:25]
This is an Alien. ;)
Interesting post Greg. Like the shadows. Maybe a bit more contrast betweeen the BG and FG to set it off nicely. Well done.
- marhowie (486)
- [2005-12-07 7:43]
Have a Great holiday Greg!
- ferran (0)
- [2005-12-07 9:39]
El chupacabra lo ha dejao seco y tieso!
Good shot and fantastic details, and a litle bit funny.
- dew77 (13270)
- [2005-12-07 11:23]
It's not a lovely scane but wonderful shot.Lighting,framing,sharpness and composition are perfect.TFS...:-)
- marmottelolo (14697)
- [2005-12-07 12:16]
c'est vrai qu'il n'y as pas que la vie dans la photographie il y a aussi la mort.
bonne photo et merci pour la note.
- cedryk (5270)
- [2005-12-07 18:41]
:-) FUNNY :-)
too exhausted to write anything more...
(przypominam Ci o zebraniu entomologicznym w piatek :-), oczywiscie gdyby Joasia miala czas i ochote to rowniez jest bardzo mile widziana :-))
- extramundi (13178)
- [2005-12-08 16:42]
Greg, you must admit that this is a bit insane, I mean to find a relantionship between this nice shot, and El chupacabras :)
An the link supplied really bizarre... incredible :DDD
Thanks very much for cheering up the end of this day.
- roconnell (224)
- [2005-12-09 11:21]
This desicated from will add to the tale of the El Chupacabra nicely. The textures are great as are the shadows. Well done.
- Luc (14767)
- [2005-12-10 0:06]
Recently, our reporter from ATSTHA (Any Time Strange Things Happens Anywhere), Grzegorz Wieczorek, made a very interesting discovery.
Please, read the report.
A very interesting post, Greg. Thank you!
p.s.: it is your "elchupacabra" witch inspired me.
- saguzar (7202)
- [2006-02-13 5:32]
Good shot, but a better note, excellent.
Here, in Argentina,some years ago people reported that dead cows were killed by de chupacabras. Their theory: an alien from outer space.