How to transport the Big Five
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A long cry from
"This little pig went to market ..."
... and in this case, it seems none stayed at home...
Andrew and his crew, face a few greater challenges than most,
yet they meet these challenges in an entertaining way
and in the true spirit of marketing
We share this in acknowledgement of their ingenuity
Le Grand Arrivée
So who can afford to come by Taxi to the Country Craft Market?
They seems to be having some difficulty disembarking,
so let peek inside...
difficult to ascertain what is happening ... wow!
So now we know how ...
... one fits 2 people, a collection of musicians
and a whole bunch of animals in one Taxi?
Easy it seems, the animals and musicians just all go in the back.
Oh, but then there are only
a buffalo, a rhino, a hippo, a buck or three, a few guitarists and ...
"do you mind getting your horn out of my ear"
but all arrive safely
and spread their legs (those that have legs)
on the soft lawns - although it seems a few are overly tired from the journey
An intricate 3D animal puzzle ...
... indeed, pretty tough competition for the other animal puzzle crafters ...
and thank goodness for...
no need to count all the human, statues and animal passengers to work out the taxi fare,
now that is pretty fair
Truly a challenge well met
and always with a smile ...
and all too soon
"Home again home again jiggety jog"
Good Break for Andrew
Andrew Dombuleni was one of the artists commissioned to interpret " My Cape Town". This required Andrew to work on his creation in public at the Waterfront. His work, entitled "Argus Fever", is a life sized cyclist on a bicycle that took him 6 weeks to complete. An added bonus was the sale of his work on auction. There will be a copy of the Argus featuring a photograph of his
Last Updated 15 October 2016 18:30