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Tuesday, June 8, 2010

UNIFORMS



UNIFORMS















17 comments:

  1. They do come in a great many forms.

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  2. Thanks Nessa; Perhaps 'Multiforms' would have been more appropriate.

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  3. What a great post for the day, Stan! I love it! And what fun shots! Hope your week is going well! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

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  4. Thank you Stan for sharing images from your part of the world. I visited Bangkok in 1987. (Twas in another lifetime...)
    Great Pictures...love the saffron robes.

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  5. Thanks Sylvia; Uniforms for work, rest and play.

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  6. Thanks Brenda; Parts of the city have changed a lot since '87.

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  7. That is what you can see in the Philippines too. Even if you are working at a government or private office they all wear uniforms which I do like it.


    ABC Wednesday~U

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  8. Really appreciate all the different styles and meanings to uniforms. Perfect choice for the letter U.

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  9. Thanks to:
    Kim; Uniforms are a kind of status symbol, that people here respect.
    Photowannabe; I tried to show how thet don't make everyone look the same.

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  10. There's nothing uniform about uniforms. Great U!

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  11. Thanks Tumblewords; Some look good, but i prefer casual; civvies.

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  12. you should see my daughter's costume for ballet; fun post.

    ROG, ABC Wednesday

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  13. Thanks Roger; Costumes are uniforms too.

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  14. Uniforms are useful in a way. It makes one part of a group, but it depends what sort of group it is. Sometimes it's a means of oppression and humiliation, like the clothes prisoners have to wear. I am sure that the uniforms you showed are more used for practical reasons. I like the colourful dresses of the women in the third photo!

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  15. Thanks Wil; That's a good point.

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  16. Thanks Jingle; Some more than others.

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