One might think the Great Rift Valley was brought to you by Coke!I don't believe I have ever seen advertisement on a national [monument] sign.
i am glad to see coca cola sign wherever i go.
How interesting its signature, life, time, place. A thoughtful picture indeed. Please have a good Thursday.daily athens
that is a little sad that even in the wild you cannot escape advertising.
Hmmm. Coke and McDonald's are just about everywhere, aren't they?
At least the view is amazing, coke or not :-) But cool sign!
That is too much. Good grief. What a way to try to make a buck!
No surprise there. I have seen it in the remotest places before. Wonder if it's already in the moon!Spectacular picture of Africa! Cheers!
LOL @ Lesley's comment.the Coke sign is somewhat comforting when you're a first time visitor.:pSigns, Signs
Yep them and MacDonalds. Great scenery.
Though I do agree with Salman Rushdie who I read described Coke as "Nectar of the Gods," perhaps juxtaposing one great creation against another is not always a winning proposition. At least it's not an enormous digital sign like we are seeing cropping up around here lately. But it does make for a thought provoking and excellent photograph! The scene beyond the sign is truly epic!
It seems like everything needs a sponsor these days!
:) yes..they are everywhere!!
Yuck, is there anywhere that Coke and Malboro haven't left their paw prints? Super photo for the sign meme. I need to dig some out from my archives too...
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