It’s a Small World – Weekly photo challenge – Juxtaposition

Dear Friends,

This week’s photo challenge theme is juxtaposition. I’m glad Michelle provided a definition for me…

A juxtaposition is “the act of placing things side by side, especially for the purpose of comparison or contrast”

As I travel around the world I often come across oversized objects, which look even larger when a small beaver stands near them.

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Unexpected pairing #1

A small beaver with a very large trout, at Adaminaby, NSW, Australia.

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Unexpected pairing #2

A small beaver with some very large pears, outside the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, ACT, Australia.

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Unexpected pairing #3

A small beaver with a very large chess set, at the Cania Gorge Tourist Retreat, Cania Gorge, QLD, Australia.

 Luckily good things come in small packages!

Justin.

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17 Comments

  1. More power to Justin the Beaver! Nice shots!

  2. photo #1: talk about landing the big one! 🙂

  3. Cute take on the challenge!

  4. Unfair having such a great actor to help you make your shots! Love the trout 🙂

  5. Were you able to move the large chess pieces and have a game? (maybe some help from larger people would be needed 😉 )

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