Beware of surreal cyclists!

I spotted this rather surreal sculpture outside the sculpture park at Goodwood some time before Christmas. The light that day was very flat and the sky was very grey so I made a mental note to come back when the weather was better. The sky was a lovely shade of blue this afternoon so I took a trip up to Goodwood armed with my camera and polarising filter to see if the sculpture was still there. I??m not quite sure what to make of this ?? I can??t decided whether it??s supposed to be an elephant that??s been swallowed by its own trunk or some sort of species so far unknown to mankind ?? all suggestions gratefully received!

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      2011.01.28 Edited

      Hmmm defying at least 3 laws of physics...but like the cloudblower theory... fabulous post Helen

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      2011.01.28 Edited

      I am amazed there is a tricycle big enough for the dear creature! I think it's head forgot to grow? Strange for sure.

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      2011.01.28 Edited

      Haha...love this one, very interesting shot! Question. Does it scare small children? ;)))

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      2011.01.28 Edited

      Absolutely brillant ! A spitter of clouds and a thief of tricycle...There should be a child who cries now his big bike !

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      Tom
      2011.01.28 Edited

      I agree with McMommy it does look like a cloud maker haha Nice find and capture

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      2011.01.28 Edited

      Yes, those cunning, devious bastards never know when to stop - especially the ones on tricycles.

      I have three words to say to anyone who dares disagree: "respect my authorit-I!"

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      2011.01.28 Edited

      swallow the clouds would be possible as well, perhaps a bit more optimistic than Marjories idea