Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word in June

Couldn’t think of anything to post, then I browsed through my old images from Cuba over a decade ago, and came up with two.

Branching:

Vigilant:

Over to Paula’s for more words here.

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27 comments

  1. Same two words as me! I love the wiring in unregulated places – remind she me of the plumbing in a holiday shack near me: it looked like a sculptural wall feature – almost! “VIgilance” is more like counter vigilance.i wonder how ready for action he is. I love his chair and the archways and the blue-against-green, and the general Havana look.

    • Sue

      Haha, Meg….vigilance is a woman, a very scary one at that…..I did ask if I could look inside the building, and she was having none of it!

      • I did debate gender on the basis of headgear. I know about such vigilant women from Poland. I saw them there as reminders / remainders of communist days. I wonder what she was guarding?

      • Sue

        It seems they guard anything! Especially places that are being renovated ed…I noticed that again on my recent visit

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  3. 😀 Power lines – but of course! That’s some brilliant thinking, Sue, and a shot so evocative of Cuba. The woman vigilante is terrific with her serious, scrutinizing face. This is great stuff! Thank you 🙂

  4. Terrific photos Sue. 😀 😀

  5. Yep! They work 🙂 🙂

  6. Like Meg, my first thought was “what is she guarding?” (I did get she was female though)
    (I had to find this post in WP Reader. Notifications failed me again)
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • Sue

      Oh, bad luck re: the notifications….I dare say I’m missing some too, but I’ve been bu sy the last couple of days and haven’t been checking….

  7. Emilio Pasquale

    I love photos of Cuba, though I’m not sure I could live there, I’d love to visit one day. Soon! Great images. Love that vigilant woman.

  8. OK, I’ll buy branching, but VIGILANT??? She looks quite sleepy to me LOL. Great shots Sue.

  9. Great examples. I wouldn’t mess with that vigilante 🙂

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