Sunday, March 26, 2006

Oh How Eighties

Propagating American propaganda through cable with these receiving satellite dishes, Trinidad, West Indies

A once very expensive antenna as a plant pot, Port of Spain, Trinidad

These are the reminiscence of satellite dishes that was once prominent from proud, ostentatious and affluent homes in Trinidad and Tobago.

Making use of a eyesore - a Billboard

But today, with the proliferation of cable they are an eyesore to the homeowner themselves as they find creative ways are made less conspicuous in the environment. Lets say as plant holders.

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