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You have to admit it eye-catching, though, as I’m sure is the point.
Definitely eye-catching 😀 I love the idea.
That’s a nice twist, Paula 🙂
A trek on top of a building… 🙂
🙂 Thank you Sreejith. Have a great weekend!
it’s all there, the unexpected, the surprise, the colors and the tale! great choice, once more! 😉
Tu es trop gentille ma chere Juls 🙂
non, j’adore chacune de tes photos, en fait! 😀
I haven’t seen the original yet but I might have to interpret it as a dance 🙂 You lead us a merry one, Paula. Love that pink!
😀 Now you can see some treasures in my neighbourhood 😀
Have you started the battle with Ron Scubadiver now? 😀
This was a top notch ride back in the days. Nice shot Paula and I’m looking forward to see more from your city!
Let’s say that it was a welcome push 😀 That same day I found this car and the graffiti (I posted) down the street. I started with my neighbourhood; and will go on as time and weather permit 😀
Fantastic. Ron’s photos can create the most unexpected impacts!
So that’s where I left my car!!!!
Have a wonderful weekend Paula.
Only in TX 😀
Some folks are just so creative Paula! I wonder where they get all their ideas? Sometimes I wish I could have a million dollar idea that will sell. LOL! A pity we don’t live in Kimberley anymore. There was a club there that had half of an old car build into the wall on top of the club entrance. It was such a beautiful sight, just like this gorgeous shot of yours. Thanks for sharing hon and have a great weekend. 😀 ♥ Big Hugs ♥
Nice find, Paula! We have a shop with a car on it around here too but it isn’t such a pretty shade of pink. 🙂
A pink Mercedes, if it was mine I would leave it on the roof too… 😎
Very well captured, Paula… 😉
Curioso e originale l’idea e bella la tua foto per tutti noi!
🙂 grazie Anna
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60’s-70’s style Benz. Very interesting signage. Definitely a twist.
Now that’s a twist!! Drake is right, that colour must have prompted its demotion!! 😀
Long time no see..hope all is well with you Paula.
Hi Madhu, I have been extremely busy, but I hope that some day it will pay off.
Good luck with whatever you are doing. But take care of yourself first 🙂
Thank you very much Madhu. You are right, I forget that sometimes and then my health suffers the consequences.
Great advertising! Couldn’t have been easy getting it up there! 🙂
I guess not 😀 Thank you for your visit Linda 🙂
A twist indeed, Paula.
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This would certainly catch my attention if it was in my neighbourhood. I’m drawing a blank on the name of the song – it’s on the tip of my tongue but i’m drawing a blank, please remind me.
Hi Mark 🙂 It is “Bye, bye love” by The Cars 😉
That’s right, I knew it was the Cars but was blanking on the song, thanks for letting me know. Have a good night.
You too, Mark. Thank you
Love the directional arrows for 2 destinations, both near and dear to my heart!
What an excellent photo! Love your interpretation. Thanks for sharing it with us.
You should really listen to the song here 🙂
I like it. Recycling at work 🙂
What a delightful sight! Its twist at its best…Hahaha….
Do visit my ‘Twist’ also and let me know your thoughts on it.
That’s a twist alright 🙂
🙂 Thank you!
you are right – we do not see this everyday – nice for twist – and also – in a way – it looks like the grill on that car adds a twist to the body that it sits on – I am sure it belongs to the original – but it looks more shiny and almost bling compared to the rest – 🙂
Most unusual, Paul. Well spotted. 🙂
Thank you, and thank you for the “follow” 🙂
That’s a great catch Paula!
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