Weekly Photo Challenge: Juxtaposition

Juxtaposition is defined as two things being placed together with contrasting effect.

I remember first learning that word at some point in elementary school (clearly not that clearly).  I think it was vocabulary from a reading book, but for whatever reason (probably because it isn’t exactly a word that comes up in day to day conversation) it sticks with me.

The photo I chose for the challenge is from an adventure that Patrick and I had this summer.  We were out for a drive and stumbled upon a very small little ocean side park with a giant moose statue.  The place was called Cow Bay, so I guess the moose made sense.

What really cracked us up was this crow that looked kind of ridiculous sitting on the moose.  Such a size difference.  Such a funny combination.IMG_0806

This is an entry as a part of the weekly photo challenge with the Daily Post.

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