This has been showing up in the internet. Couldn’t stop to post it!
It reminds me of the Troyan Horse.
Saved by my niece that just happen to be wearing a purple blouse! And she brought a little friend, her purple skull!
Lucky me she didn’t mind on posing for the weekly photo challenge. She deserves a “click” of applause!
More purple here!
discover that this wanna-be tree is not so. It is a pole with simulated branches and it has communication devices.
Why it was set like that? Don’t know but I can tell you that when I saw it at the glance I thought it was really a tree.
The tradition is that, when a young lady turns 15th, they would go to a well known monument in the city an take some photographs there.
That is one thing, now, if they have good tast on their choosing of a gown that is another thing. In my case I rather go with simple attire.
More on traditions here.
After giving some thought, this photo deserves some explanation.
The photograph is at a restaurant-bar and is a 2 story-tall bronze sculpture. It is a woman holding the handgrip of a train. Though it only shows the handles. It is a mexican known representation of an Adelita, name that women were given as the women that fought aside their hombre revolucionario (men that fought in the Mexican Revolution).
Photograph of the original taken when the revolution was at its peak. You can see how well the woman at the train is the one on the sculpture. (No royalties payment at that time!)
And a photo at daylight for you to better appreciate.
Canopy lines may not be that high. These were, very. So far so good.
What about when instead of going solo, you take a passenger with you?
The kid which looks like a girl is wearing a helmet. Enough protection?
Well….don’t know at this point if you would let your kid take such ride. But was it really that high? Look the following photograph and you tell me…