Last month, I realized it has been a while since I posted an odd collection of photos taken out the car window. As I browsed through my photos, I realized that during the past few months I have taken fewer pictures while driving around El Salvador. Well, I would hate to think that I am becoming less observant or less curious about the curious...so I started keeping my phone in my lap and snapping a few more pics. I always miss more odd sights than I capture, but I managed to record a few images for this edition of Just Click!
|Several months after the fact, Black November signs still adorned the sides of this|
roundabout. Black November is a copycat English phrase based on the US idea of "Black Friday"
but since Salvadorans do not celebrate Thanksgiving, there is no such thing as
Black Friday. Black November is a meaningless advertising gimmick.
|Sugar cane in a midland plain|
|Random clown and his kid. Even clown dads are creepy.|
|Guys riding dangerously.|
|Guy riding dangerously.|
|Load of recycled stuff riding dangerously.|
|Coconuts for sale along the highway. Everywhere. All year round. |
|Off of a dirt road in a very rural area, this family raises a few animals. Notice|
the yellow pig shelter. If you remember the old pay phones that used to take prepaid
phone cards back in the '90's - then you remember those old yellow phone booths.
Yup, apparently they make great pig shelters. Salvadorans are experts at recycling things.
|An old car, billboards and ironing boards for sale along the road. Just a|
normal day at this roundabout.
|If you have been to El Salvador, I guarantee you have at least one picture|
of cows in the road, and not just because you are a city person.
|Different intersections in San Salvador feature different items for sale.|
This corner has been the "jammies" corner for as long as I can remember.
Spiderman. Batman. In the past, Superman. I have never seen anyone make a
purchase, yet I have seen plenty of kids wearing Spidey PJ's.
|It's just not every day you see Salvadoran flags on motorcycles.|
|A really beautiful clear day - El Sombrero Azul|
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