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Dog and frog is not toad-tally true ….
Street renaming satire in Salt Rock
Weekly Photo Challenge: Juxtaposition
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I loved the black and white, so clever. Drew my eye straight away. My juxta was totally different but not on the blogs you read so there you go, nothing missed 😀 I did think of a dog juxta, mine would have been old and young.
What’s wrong with Che? Up the Tooting Popular Front.
You should have given a link, anyway.
Che was a nasty piece of goods, unworthy of the slightest admiration.
In which case:
It’s a history post, but I’ll be adding the link to roughseas anyway, you just get the sneak preview, should you choose.
I think I’ve maybe read one book about him, but it wasn’t unsympathetic. But you can say that about any ‘leader’ can’t you? I would say very few are worthy of admiration, as such. The deaths of Thatcher and Mandela last year are a good example of the many differing viewpoints that people had about both of them, depending largely on peoples’ political perceptions, rather than an objective view of their achievements/actions.
I love the dog and the toad….Jasmine encountered a caterpillar today…it was hilarious.
Hope she didn’t get any stingy prickles on her nose!
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Love the photos, and love your comments even more 😀
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Delicious all of them… lots to enjoy and ponder over !!!
The juxtaposition does add interest, doesn’t it?
Interesting set of photos. I’m not sure what the bottom one represents, unless it means “Litchi Lane,” formerly “Che Guguava Ave”. 🙂 That little frog/toad is lucky to be breathing. It wouldn’t be had it showed up anywhere near my daughter’s two dogs. I like the contrast between the white and black, as well as the cat and dog. Nice one.
Meanwhile, come check out my Crossed Wires Juxtaposition:
That bottom one is lampooning the idiotic ANC authorities who have made ill-considered changes to city street names – such as Moore Road to Che Guevara Road. Like so many, they are too brainless to know that the latter ‘revolutionary’ was simply a mad misled murderer who caused far more harm than good.
I see. Hard to disagree with that. Was that something someone unauthorizedly did?
It was done on Nursery property outside of Municipal jurisdiction.
Love the first two, Col, but is that street sign for real? Hilarious. 😀
That is a Salt Rock nursery taking the mickey out of the Corporation.
Loved the dog n frog
The animals get used to having dozens of toads here – on some evenings the croaking is deafening!
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