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political sign language, part 3

Vote for the river.

Vote for ... ? This one has got me totally confused. Any suggestions?

Vote for the rising sun.

Vote for Inca.

Vote for houses.

Vote for... Well, it's all starting to get a bit confusing but I like the bear... So, vote for Oso.

Vote for fish.

Vote for the bell.

Layer upon layer...

...the symbols start to develop the mystery and gravitas of ancient cave paintings.

Vote for... well, take your pick, the roots, or the tree...

..pan pipes... (no, no, please, spare me the pan pipes!)...

... or coca leaves.

Finally, caught in the act... Vote for... well, it´s not finished yet, is it.

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  1. Will Kemp | November 17, 2013 at 8:20 am | Permalink

    It looks like a broom to me!

  2. anna | November 20, 2013 at 9:21 pm | Permalink

    Well, yes, it does look like a broom – an admirably abstract broom. And, as has been pointed out to me, there are months and months of ‘obras’ you can perform with a broom in South America. In fact, you probably don’t need anything else at all.

    What does ‘chato’ mean in Peruvian Spanish? In Brazilian Portuguese it means boring or irritating.

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