Friday, March 24, 2006

Excursions + Bus + Mona Lisa + Trinidad


The portrait of Mona Lisa airbrushed a Thomas chartered bus, Trinidad, West Indies.

Excursions in Trinidad and Tobago are an adventure in itself. On these old chartered buses, a rhythm section of musicians gather towards the back and jammed against the exit door as they entertain the excursionists who wining, blabbering or waving at cars from their window.

At night, the cabin lamps makes this picture more visible, and you have to scurry along to overtake one of these noisy buses because if you are caught behind one, it is no treat. The exhaust fumes can block your vision and the pollution can cause you to cough, gag and choke.

In most cases, these excursions are religious outing to the country’s scenic beaches or to the lush Botanical Gardens in Port of Spain where the buses are occasional parked off on to the grass.
But today, at the Fire Station in Port of Spain, an airbrush artist has the knack for the Renaissance by rendering the world’s most priceless painting, the Mona Lisa.


Panel of Art work on a hip psychedelic Bus
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Excursions - Ah going to a drowning (Generally, excursions are free of incidents, but on many occasions, people have lost their lives drowing.)

3 comments:

Jerry said...

neat shot, calgary transit needs to do this

Anonymous said...

Hi Do You All Rent Thoes Buses For The Day And How Much

Donna said...

Hi, I have a group of about forty to fifty visitors coming for a wedding but would also like to see some of the country. Can you tell me how the charges go?

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