Michele W. @ WordPress has suggested the topic of “juxtaposition” for this week’s photo challenge. The word itself, I’m sorry to say, leads me to compare my first language – English – with my command of the language – needs work. I’m not sure I really have the concept of juxtaposition down, but maybe you can tell me.
Here’s what I came up with.
Metal posters displayed one next to the other for your viewing pleasure and to entice you to pick and choose.
Bright Light exhibit at the Discovery Museum in Cherry Hill, NJ. A place where kids can experience science and nature and the wonders of the imagination. (Don’t think I didn’t participate!)
And last, but most certainly not least, me comparing myself to a new acquaintance, to see how successful my weight loss efforts have been.
Now you tell me? Juxtaposition or just jibberish?
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This is something I don’t often do – take photos of strangers. I’m always afraid someone’s going to say “Hey! You with the camera! What in tarnation are you doing?” But then, when’s the last time you heard someone say “tarnation” I don’t even know if I spelled it right! So without any more hesitation or trepidation, I went out to gather a few photos for Cee’s challenge. (and added a few of my family)
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THANKS FOR THE VISIT. 🙂
A trip to the Discovery Museum and a whimsical look at windows.
Welcome All Mad Scientists
Polly want a cracker?
A peek into the kitchen – if you dare
Stuffy will teach you all about how to take care of yourself when you riddled with germs
Fruits, veggies, and yes, carbs at the bakery
AND, THE MAN THAT MADE IT ALL POSSIBLE…
(see there are some windows in the background, too)
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Thanks for visiting. I hope these were an unexpected sight and that they brought a smile to your face. Kids. You gotta love ’em.