Friday, December 15, 2006

"All hands to the ground"

Duke is fond of this phrase, as a way of gathering consensus around the efforts to pull Cross River out of the mire. This recently erected sculpture, looking out over the majesterial Cross River, is a beautiful visualisation of this saying. Its one of a number of thoughtful public works around the town. A traffic island has gigantic versions of the Ikom monoliths nearing completion.


Atala Wala Wala 1:14 pm  

Strange... when I saw this without reading your caption, it looked like two monsters stretching out and snarling at each other.

An apt description of modern-day Nigerian politics, one might say. :)

Yosh 11:19 am  

^ same here with the observation by Atala


Icy 10:40 pm  

I se eiamges like this and I wonder why da hell we only hear negative ish about Nigeria. Thanks for this babz! RAWK ON!

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