Friday, August 24, 2012

Oil Tank Cows



Either these two cows got way too hungry and ate some oil tanks, or somebody out in rural Missouri was blessed with both a great sense of humor and dazzling creativity!












3 comments:

Tank Removal Plainfield said...

These oil tanks are quite adorable, gotta show them to one of my friends who have a visible oil tank in her garden. This will give her an idea on how to decorate the oil tank for as what she told me the tank is destroying the view of her beautiful garden.

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9teen87 said...

brilliant! oh to have that much creativity, I can only dream :D