Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Introducing Ghetto Mr. Hunter

Teresa was getting ready to leave on a business trip to Singapore and Japan, and she asked me about taking a Flat Mr. Hunter along.  The only problem was that she was leaving the next day, and I wasn't in the office to provide her with an official Flat Mr. H.  

Our solution: I emailed Teresa the photo from which I made the original Flat Mr. Hunter, and she printed it out on a color printer, and then "laminated" him with some clear packing tape.  She dubbed this makeshift fellow "Ghetto Mr. Hunter."  Mr. Hunter was pleased about this new representative of the Hunter clan; he also appreciated how Ghetto Mr. Hunter's rectangular shape provided a slight variation on the usual Mr. Hunter look.

Here's Ghetto Mr. H's debut photograph.  
He's enjoying some refreshments at a cafe in Singapore's Arab Quarter while Teresa reads up on local tropical fruit.

Kampong Glam Cafe
Bussorah Street and Kandahar Street
August 2008

Here's Teresa and Ghetto Mr. Hunter enjoying a view later in the trip.
That's a hint of the Keppel Bay Bridge in the background.

Mount Faber
August 2008

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