G’rid of Quality Expectations …


In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Grid.”

… these are all el cheepo cellphone specials!

Caged animal resigned.

Caged animal resigned.

Caged animal less resigned.

Caged animal less resigned.

Caged animal who wants OUT!

Caged animal who wants OUT!

Grid 4

Caged animals  happy

Abridged grid.

Abridged grid.

A grid inviting elephant hunters to walk from Africa to Australia.

A grid inviting elephant hunters to walk from Africa to Australia.

By now, you are gridding your teeth, no doubt?

© Colonialist September 2015 (WordPress)

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30 Responses to G’rid of Quality Expectations …

  1. equinoxio21 says:

    Not gridding my teeth. Gridding a grin. 🙂

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  2. Such giggles – love the tennis animals’ caged

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  3. quarksire says:

    LuV ❤ DaT AminaL! such a Kewl KittY! 🙂

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  4. Sonel says:

    LOL! I had quite a laugh at the last one Col. Great interpretation for sure. 😀

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  5. Nice to see ‘my’ pier here. I think those are meant to be whale bones, not elephant tusks. 🙂

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  6. Barb says:

    What an interesting perspective. Kind of puts a new framework on the world, doesn’t it? Very clever collection.

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    • colonialist says:

      Thanks for saying so. It is surprising what one can come up with in a collection of photos over the years to fit themes which at first seem impossible! (Though finding them can be a mission if one hasn’t got an amazing catalogue – which I lack!)

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  7. Neha Jain says:

    The tiger looks so sad it caught my attention. Its really sad to see animals of the wild caught in small unkempt enclosures for the fleeting joy and happiness it offers to us human! You can see the feeling of helplessness in its eyes.

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  8. disperser says:

    That tiger looks housed in a rather squalid enclosure. Perhaps it should be moved in with the Tennis players.

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