WordPress Photo Challenge: Juxtaposition

This week’s WordPress’s Photo Challenge is Juxtaposition. Here are some images that sprang to mind:

1. Two soldiers lost in conversation at the Gettysburg 150th National Civil War Battle Reenactment

Faces of the 150th Anniversary Gettysburg Battle Reenactment

2. An idyllic statue of James and Dolley Madison against reconstructed slave quarters at their Montpelier estate

James and Dolley Madison at Montpelier against reconstructions of slave quarters

3. A colorful kite against the weathered walls of El Morro, the 16-century Spanish citadel guarding Old San Juan, Puerto Rico 

El Morro kites, Puerto Rico

4. Curious artifacts at the George Washington Masonic National Memorial in Alexandria, VA

George's stuff at the George Washington Masonic Memorial, Alexandria

5. And, finally, a red-breasted nuthatch, a welcome sign of life in the snow-clad Blackwater Falls State Park

A red-breasted nuthatch, Blackwater Falls State Park

Some other challenge entries: 

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