Six Word Saturday: Is it pork for dinner tonight?

At the butcher’s, Havana

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20 comments

  1. I expect our council food inspectors would have a field day in that shop!
    Nice six-worder, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. I like this pig-head that smiles softly, even though it’s dead

  3. An unexpected title – until I saw the photo. A lovely combination of pignk and greens blue, although it lacks your usual elegance. We are so overregulated.

  4. ahhhh, yes. What a shot.

  5. Oh brilliant!
    Well done Sue. Much more “real” than any I saw. I’m beginning to think you must have been on jet-fuelled roller skates to get to see so much (and take great photos too)

    • Sue

      Before I left the UK, I booked up with Cuban tour company to take me around in a taxi into downtown Havana, because I can’t walk too far these days, and once I got there, I asked the driver to stop when I saw thing s I wanted to photograph – worked a treat!!

  6. I am with Cardinal on the pork issue, but I can’t eat anything with its face still on 😀 This is a fresh post from you – a bit different like Meg said. (not that it lacks elegance :D)

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