Weekly Photo Challenge: Juxtaposition

Weekly Photo Challenge: Juxtaposition

On a road trip through northwestern Arkansas several years ago my husband and I passed by something that didn’t make much sense to us. We were going about 50 mph, so it wasn’t extremely fast but it was something we only caught a quick glimpse of. We couldn’t wrap our minds around what we thought we had seen so much that it caused us to decide to turn around and go back. Yes, what we thought we had seen was indeed what we had seen……motorcycles…..hanging from a tree.

20 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Juxtaposition”

  1. Industrial wind chimes, maybe?

    But, seriously, Iris, I really dig this capture. It’s unique, and full of strong composition.

    Three is the magic number, and the black and chrome hanging metal monsters lead our eyes right down to the lovely, distressed patina of the pickup; which flows again nicely into the HARLEY-DAVIDSON RD sign. The image really tells a story. Nice.

    I’m glad you started this blog, it finally gives me a chance to keep up with you and Rick. I look forward to reading your future post.

    1. Hey Jeff! I’m glad you found my blog. I’ll be following yours. Glad you like the pic. Rick says Hi. My blog is about the stuff we find on our road trips and the places we go on purpose also. I’m pretty new at this so please have patience.

    1. Thank you, and thank you for following my blog.
      I know how many interesting blogs are out there and feel honored that you picked mine to follow. I hope my stories entertain and inform and my photos bring you joy and wonderment.
      I travel mostly local but try to always find interesting places. I have lived in several different places and dig through my archives of photos to bring glimpses into places I have been. Sometimes I post a recipe because food tells a lot about culture.
      I am not a professional photographer, so my photos are sometimes a little fuzzy and there are telephone poles and wires and other things along with what I was photographing. The older photos are 35mm, the newer are point and shoot digital and a few are Samsung Smartphone.
      I am new to blogging so if you have any advice or critique please drop me a comment.
      Thank you again for following and to quote Mark Twain: “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” – Mark Twain
      Iris the Wanderer

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