Jun 6, 2009


It's back to the archives again for this week's Photohunt. I used to love reading the political advertisments on my way to work in the Andes:

Even if not elected these people can be sure to have left a lasting legacy - houses don't get painted too often :)

There are many more advertisments at TNchicks .


Phoenix C. said...

Work in the Andes? Sounds interesting! Was that as a film-maker or scientist?

I like the little black pig in the foreground.

Anonymous said...

Very exotic! The people look like the ones in small Bulgarian villages, but our pigs are pink :)
The people probably like to chat politics when they gather around in that country.

srp said...

I'm glad they use signs here... they can always be pulled up and thrown away! Very nice angle to this shot! My hunt is up here.

Tara R. said...

Awesome photo! So much character. Interesting way to get your house painted.

Upcountrysmiles said...

Aloha from Maui, HI,
Very interesting post. Wow!

Happy photohunting to you,
Cindy O
Stop by & visit
Thank you.

just jody said...

nice shot.........hope those folks don't get the swine flu....lol

Sherry said...

That's interesting. Perhaps it is a way for the homeowners to make money OR for the political candidates to save money. Thank goodness for our signs that go away when the election is over.

I've posted two advertisements and hope you'll visit at:

Sherry at EX Marks the Spot