The Transport, Part 2.


In case you missed it, Part 1. From Kreator, click for full size! Oh my, that third photo, wow. Lots to unpack there.

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  1. voyager says

    More and more interesting. Is it me, or does the top of the dove’s cage look like a hand grenade?

  2. Kreator says

    So many years observing this mural in passing, and only now that you’ve pointed them out I notice the shadow and the grenade? No wonder I love it so much.

    * The paper in picture #2: “A nation that is socially just, economically free and politically sovereign.” Words added to the Preamble of the Argentinian Constitution in the year 1949, during the first presidency of Juan Domingo Perón. That change, along with many others introduced to the Constitution itself along with it, were later abolished by a proclamation from the dictator Pedro Eugenio Aramburu in 1956 and were never restored.

    * Picture #4, to the other side of the car on top of the aforementioned paper: The book with the picture of Perón and Evita references real textbooks for schoolchildren created during Perón’s presidency, which included phrases like “Perón and Evita love us.”

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