Saturday, June 12, 2010

Supporting the Boys!

These two girls were sitting on the side of the road cheering on the slow moving traffic.
Merle. Fuji F70.

On the way to Watch the Match

At about 1:30 on Friday we left Morningside to watch with friends at their Clubhouse at 'Riverglades', Douglasdale, and were stuck in traffic but were able to watch the oncoming traffic supporting with their flags and vuvuzelas as can be seen sticking out the window.
Merle. Fuji F70.

Township Pride

Saw this flag flying proudly from the top of a shanti while driving past Diepsloot north of Johannesburg.
Merle. Fuji F70.

Match Day

This supporter has flags of every country participating in the World Cup but two South African flags standing proud on the bullbars.
Merle. Fuji F70.

Colours of the South African Flag

Merle.  Fuji F70.

Proud Supporter!

Witkoppen Road, Fourways, Johannesburg.
Merle.  Fuji F70.

4 Way Stop Shop

Cnr Outspan & North Road South, Morningside
Merle. Fuji F70.

Pavement Flag Shop

This flag seller set up 'shop' on the pavement opposite Giles Pub & Restaurant, Craighall Park and did a roaring trade especially after Bafana Bafana drew with Mexico 1-1 in the opening game.
Merle.  Fuji X70.

Friday, June 4, 2010

World Cup Flag Seller

With the World Cup only a few days away, these guys are absolutely everywhere busily selling their flags. The bright clear colours are so beautiful in the sun and make a wonderful show wherever they have set them out on display.
Taken on a Nokia N95 phone

Soccer Warrior

For a couple of coins he comes alive and dances around and blows his Vuvuzela, a plastic trumpet used at soccer matches which will become a huge 'participator' in the World Cup due to start in a couple of days.
Taken on a Nokia N95 phone