Last week I saw a Red Bull delivery truck across the street when I was pumping gas. This is the only photo I was able to take.
The picture clearly wasn’t very good and since I found another cow to show you, I decided to let go of this one. It was a hard decision to make because after nine months of daily blogging, it’s hard to believe I haven’t run into Red Bull anywhere yet. I don’t drink the Red Bull energy drink, I don’t know anyone who drinks it, and somehow I’ve never noticed it anywhere in a store.
Then this week, the Red Bull truck came back to haunt me. I first saw it on the road in my town yesterday but I couldn’t manage to take a picture of it. Reminder to self: since I’m not a fast trigger, it would be a good idea to get my camera phone ready ahead of time.
Then I saw the Red Bull delivery truck again this morning! I spotted it as I was waiting for the green light to make a left turn. By the time I got my phone out and ready, my light had turned green, I had to get moving or face the honking from driver behind me, and the truck had already pulled into a store’s parking lot, so all I could see was its back. Of course, there’s no Red Bull logo on the back of the Red Bull truck. Argh… Two sightings in two days, and two missed chances.
But wait, check out how luck finds its way towards me sometimes. I’m driving around town again today at lunchtime, and what do I see? The same freaking Red Bull truck! OK, I have no idea if it’s the same, but come on, it’s teased me three times in two days, so it has to be. Again, I’m not ready. But I’m ever more determined to get a damn picture this time. It could have been a better shot but I’m pretty proud of my captured moment under the circumstances (while driving with a slow trigger). Gotcha!
And now, this post contains a two-for-one cow of the day. I started a watercolor and drawing class this morning and saw a few cows there. No, I didn’t draw a cow. I actually drew a seahorse, and a pretty good looking one for my first watercolor in many years, I should say.
I saw someone painting a longhorn cow from a photo but I felt uncomfortable taking a picture over their shoulder (I’m new to the class). An hour later I spotted more cows in a book the lady sitting across from me at the table was looking at. So I snapped that picture because I couldn’t pass the opportunity twice.
Wow, so many cows today! Did you see some cows too?