Weekly Photo Challenge – Juxtaposition

This weeks challenge proved to be more difficult than I had at first thought.  I made the assumption that in my vast library of photos there would be loads of interesting material to choose from, how wrong I was!  The brief for this week is:

Juxtapositions are all around us. Maybe there’s one bright yellow flower in your vase of pink daisies, or you have a shot of your kids, one smiling, one making a face. Maybe you spied a vintage car parked outside a sleek, modern building, or a new car in front of a run-down house — or one of a thousand other things you wouldn’t think of until you see it.

So my offering for this week is the motorised skateboard gondolier gliding through the local market; not something you’d expect to see in everyday…

gondalierSee more juxtapositions here – http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/01/24/photo-challenge-juxtaposition

 

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About paisleypedlar

Artist, Sewist, sometime Cyclist and Arm Chair Activist
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  3. Tina Schell says:

    That is a hoot and meets the challenge very nicely!

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