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Bolivian Odds and Sods
I've been delayed in uploading all of my Bolivian photos yet again so what I will leave you with is just a bunch of "odds and sods". Photos of Bolivia that are just a bit off kilter, just like the country itself. First up is the strange list of house rules for Randy´s "flat", which I at least found to be hilarious. Judge them for yourself, if you can make out the writing:
[editors note: "Catu" is a selfish pet cat]
The rest of these photos are on or around the Salt Flats in Uyuni. I hope that the smart ass commentary doesn't get old too quickly.
This is supposed to be me jumping out of a massive roll of toilet paper. How large of a failure this is depends on the eye of the beholder. Personally, I think the pink adds a nice feminine touch to compliment the beard.
Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil.
I really hope that someone online can see the large breasted woman in this photo. If not, I've taken one to many psychology class!
This guy on the bike is making his way across South America on his bike. Jeremy may think this is inspiring... I call it insane. The worlds largest salt flat followed by the Atacama desert? Sounds like a bitch to me! (Oma, I am sorry for throwing in the explicative...)
Hacky sack on the flats
The salt flats are where caucuses come to die.
The pose is for GQ, the body for Lana...
Aaron goes for his own GQ shot
We've decided the "the cleaved hooves" would be an excellent band name.
Lamas: the cows of Bolivia
Geyser smoke = dramatic photos
Skulls also = drama
Dead flamencos, on the other hand, are more gross than dramatic.
This jump cost Jeremy and I all of our remaining Bolivianos (pesos). Also of note is that the entire hotel in the background is made completely out of salt. Crazy!
Me and the Japanese flag, my favorite as there wasn't a Canadian flag representing.
For whatever reason this random running photo is my favorite photo of Bolivia on Flickr ("an excellent minimalist image). My guess is that the whole thing is because of the simple rule of thirds.
I forget the entire story but apparently this is a tribute to some sort of goddess of lactation. I just really don't get this one.
Myself staring at "Edwarda scissorhands" in Uyuni. For a better shot of her, hu-hum, "assets" check out this other shot.
Everything on the salt flats is made out of salt...
I like this photo of the train graveyard because "¡Urgente!" is written on the wheels of the train. I wonder what was wrong with it?