No big linkfest today, folks, just the next (and final) installment of the Austin Airport Women’s Bathroom art extravaganza. After that last post, I think we could all use a little lighter mood. So, here goes…
This, I think we can all agree, is a bat. Austin is known for these, having the largest urban bat colony in the U.S. (The world?) Anyway, the bats get 5 stars on Yelp!.
This appears to be bluebonnets, the state flower. Or at least it was the state’s flower, when it used to rain enough to support flowers. If this tile were to represent today’s landscape, it would be mostly brown.
And, here we have it, the mystery tile of the day:
I have my suspicions about what this is supposed to represent, but I’d love to hear your thoughts. In case you missed it, friends have now convinced me that the “chupacabra” depicted in the last round was actually a Texas horned toad or, to be correct, a horned lizard.
Have a good weekend!