Title Challenge...Can You Guess It?
Nanook typed a picture:  a very enormous armadillo is -45 feet above the [brick] tower bridge. it faces right. a very enormous brown [texture] pair is 40 feet behind and -55 feet to the right of the bridge.it faces southwest. the sole of the pair is black. a 25 feet tall woman is -15 feet left of and 15 feet in front of the bridge. she faces southeast. 1st 10 feet tall white star is -17 feet above and -4 feet to the front of and -15 feet to the right of the pair. it faces southwest. 2nd 10 feet tall white star is left of the 1st star. it faces southwest. a enormous cactus is behind and 3 feet left of the woman. 1st 8 feet tall eye is 10 feet to the left of and 20 feet above the pair. it faces southeast. it leans 8 degrees to the front. 2nd 8 feet tall eye is 4 feet to the right of the 1st eye. it faces southeast. it leans 8 degrees to the front. the camera light is coral. 1 cyan light is 3 inches above the woman (This scene uses Getty Images )
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boneybird  (2016) 
hmmm...
Nanook  (2016) 
a couple of very subtle hints in the text and visual hints in the image
Nanook  (2016) 
Title Challenge ....hint

Nanook  (2016) 
Maybe not fair to everyone. The genre is 1970's ....can't call it country, more like nuevo pais. Artists are Jerry Jeff Walker and Gary P. Nunn. Pretty much gave it away....got it now?
coyne  (2016) 
I had to look it up...outside my genres, so wouldn't have guessed.

very cool scene no matter what it means :-)
Nanook  (2016) 
I'll give it about 30 minutes before the reveal, may be too obscure for most users not familiar with the genre and period.
Nanook  (2016) 
The song is "London Homesick Blues"
http://www.texasmonthly.com/list/the-secret-history-of-texas-music/london-homesick-blues-1973/
( you can give a listen and hear the story behind the song here)
boneybird  (2016) 
the english sense of humor is dryer than the Texas sand :-)
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