63 thoughts on “Oh! Crap!

  1. It looks like you have a red car. I have noticed that pigeons like red cars because they seem to like ours too. Just yesterday, we walked by a red car and there was a lovely deposit. All other cars were clear. There is a life lesson here somewhere.

    • Hi Rebecca. I,ve parked downtown in different red cars since 2006, and I parked downtown in this car for nearly two years, and this was the first time the pigeons or other birds have crapped on any of the cars I’ve parked downtown. I haven’t parked downtown in since March 16th, and I have only been there for short time frames to finish moving things out of the old office, patching walls, etc. This was one of the few times I parking on the street in front of the office for any length of time. I think the pigeons are mad at me.

      • I mean for not missing them. The pigeons flocked around me every morning when I parked. I never gave them anything but a sermon. Every morning when I got out of my car a dozen or so pigeons would fly in and land near me with expectant looks in their eyes.

  2. Reminds me of a day 57 years ago when a pigeon crapped on me on Zuma Beach, California when I was existing the surf with my board. πŸ˜‚

  3. Don’t tell me, we have a lot of trees in our street, under which we have to place our cars… pigeons tend to sleep in it… (and not only sleep…) 😦

  4. Ok, we are intrigued (or should we say nosy?). We have seen bits and pieces of the interior of your car via the insect and others, now we see with the result of the Stuka attack hints of a striping design. May we ask, what make and model, and maybe a full view shot?

  5. Remember, we have it lucky. Imagine what it would be like if our transportation was open buckboards and it landed where we would sit. πŸ•ŠπŸ•ŠπŸ•Š

  6. That is a beautiful composition, bird poop included. πŸ™‚ The ones I find most amazing are where the bird had to have flown by at an angle and fired away at the target. πŸ™‚

      • You’re welcome, Tim. My first thought was, collage. And, I really like the reflection of the building in the front windshield. There’s a lot of moving parts in this photo!

    • Hmmm! I have not heard that before. I’ll go with it though. Maybe I took it all wrong, and the pigeon was blessing me. Thanks, Roberta.

  7. I am sorry for your car and for you, but the photo is very nice with the reflection of the building on one side and the reflection of the sky on the other side.

      • Seagulls are large birds, so they can probably do an abstract seagull-expressionist job on your car without much effort. Thanks, Flo.

  8. You know what they say in that old joke…”If the Foo Shits, wear it!”
    I wish all cars parked by street are were as shiny as yours!
    Great reflections.

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