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To the seaside with Cthulhu

On Monday, we went to the seaside.  I thought it might be interesting to take some photos of miniatures there.  On impulse, I also took Cthulhu.

He seemed to enjoy the outing, although I don't think he liked being carried home again in my backpack.

This Hiver seemed so much at home that we very nearly left it there accidentally.

and this green... thing.  I forget what it was.  It's being hunted by an Azlan warrior.

This person clearly considers himself to be a Mighty Hero.  I felt we should have brought him a monster to slay, but he was a bit small for Cthulhu. He'd have had to chip bits off.  It would have taken ages.

It is the return of the Green Blob!  This time it is menacing two warrior ladies.  I feel the one with the bow has the advantage here, I bet if you stick a sword into it, it would get stuck.

After the miniature-photographing had happened, we looked around and found that our audience had got bored with the beach and clearly felt in need of attention and diversion. But they were waiting every so politely.


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17th Mar, 2016 03:56 (UTC)
Cthulhu! }:D
17th Mar, 2016 07:27 (UTC)
Oh those are such beautifully behaved dogs!
17th Mar, 2016 20:44 (UTC)
Hah! on that occasion, yes. I have just returned from an unplanned hour of saluki-hunting acros the fields...
17th Mar, 2016 08:32 (UTC)
I similarity in colouring between Rosie and Brythen and the warrior ladies in the picture above. Rosie is even wearing the same cloak as the blonde warrior lady. I wonder how the dogs would fare against the Green Blob.
17th Mar, 2016 08:47 (UTC)
Oh, that's easy. She'd run away. For that is her only skill, and she has to be the most cowardly dog I have ever met. :-D
17th Mar, 2016 10:15 (UTC)
Loved this !
17th Mar, 2016 20:53 (UTC)
I really like the photo of the Green Blob and two warrior ladies. Pictures of your dogs always make me smile.
18th Mar, 2016 08:19 (UTC)
Yeah, everybody needs a break sometimes. Even a tentacle monster. Bet he felt better for the sea air.

He'd have had to chip bits off. It would have taken ages.
lol, more of a punch-card 9 to 5 than an adrenaline-fuelled glorious victory. "Oh, bloody hell, another Monday morning, another tentacle to start hammering away at."

These are so cute!
19th Mar, 2016 22:29 (UTC)
Iä, Iä, Cthulhu fhtagn!
20th Mar, 2016 16:31 (UTC)
As usual, I love this photo-post of yours.
26th Mar, 2016 11:49 (UTC)
"On impulse, I also took Cthulhu" sounds like the kind of phrase that is never going to end well, but it appears that on this occasion you got away with it. And if I *ever* turned round from doing something to see my boys waiting as politely and patiently as your dogs in that last picture, I'd be... well, utterly flabbergasted, and probably worried that they were ill/ swapped for replicants.
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