Oh, what a fun post for the day! He does look as though he's wondering about that, doesn't he? Have a great weekend!
tradition vs modernity
Ha .... Nice one , wonderful capture
Wow, what a long license plate number! Am not sure I'd be able to memorize it!!! :O
The traditional and the modern stand side by side!!Nice capture makes an excellent study in contrast!! :)
The cart looks better than the cars. It's roomy too. Nice shot! :D
Lol! Thats an interesting catch!
or where its turn indicators and tail lamps are?
This may well be an everyday scene for you - but, to me, it is filled with extraordinary contradictions; a much bigger culture contrast, in a way, than photos of palaces etc.Lucy
nice shot for the theme
Typical India, I love it!!
It happens only in India...our streets are fertile grounds for a discerning eye like yours...
Hi Magic! Magical!! What a shot...OK; I know that contemporary art doesn’t take unanimous approval... But some pieces are worth seeing. Check it at Blogtrotter Two, enjoy and have a superb weekend!!
It rather came to my mind that the horse was wondering when his owner would be able to buy also a car and give him (the horse) a break... :)God bless you!Cezar
Nice one, ME. The horse is thinking, "I'm sure glad I don't have to memorize that number!"
I love it, and I bet he will still overtake all the traffic!
Wow...surely made me smile :)City s gonna need those ride more than on wheels!
lol!!..hope d tangawaala gets his license plate soon :P
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He's probably wondering how those cars have so much horsepower, too!
Our horse and buggy tours have their own license plates, so they don't miss out.Mine is a tad late...http://mudpuddle.wordpress.com/2011/03/20/photo-hunt-license-plates/
LOL, I prefer the horse-cart!
Wonderful shot, the cart is always a class apart than any car :)
Apt for the title...:)))