If, like me , you have two pets in the house, this would seem to be an easy challenge. As easy as falling off a log I thought. Tongues at the front, tails at the back, DONE, SORTED, READY TO POST. Needless to say, neither cat obliged with either a tail or a tongue to be seen.
Delving into the archives produced only one picture of a tail, or to be precise a fishtail which was never attached to a fish; and the second picture, which involved me taking my shoe off this morning, is of a tongue which has nothing to do with a mouth.
“Located at Blackpool’s newly regenerated South Shore Promenade, the “Rotating Shelter” by Ian McChesney is an 8-meter-tall wind vane that will counter the strong sea winds and shelter the inhabitants sitting at the base. The shelter is finished with resilient “Duplex” stainless steel and stands tall at eight meters. Sitting on a turntable (4-meter diameter) with a built-in damper to control the speed of rotation, the shelter is designed to rotate according to the prevailing wind direction. The radical shelter works around two key elements – the vane, which rotates the structure – and a baffle that protects the occupants from the furious sea wind. The shelter is not just functional in use, but also boasts an artistic design, which bestowed it with the prestigious Civic Trust Award.”
(This seat really is fabulous and does afford shelter, turning slowly in the strong winds which often blow in from all directions)
My second picture shows (a) the tongue of my shoe and (b) my sheer desperation/determination to fulfil the remit of this challenge, and to do it TODAY: