Thursday, December 19, 2013

Day 353 — Enron

I'd longed to own an aboriginal painting, but that was the last thing I expected to find in the U.S. Thankfully the evil empire of Enron went Chapter 11 a few years ago and all their corporate status symbols from their lofty offices were released to the minions at my local auction house. The painting, Women's Corroboree at Lahamba, Northern Territory, Australia is by Kitty Pultara Naparrula. The native symbols of groups around fires could easily also represent the huddled elite in boardrooms at Enron.

Nikon D7000 (Nikkor 18-200) 1/2, f25, 22mm, ISO 100

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