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Tag Archives: graffiti
“I want to do to you what spring does to the cherry trees,” wrote Pablo Neruda on the wall of the cathedral in Baza, defying the wrath not only of God, but also of municipal anti-graffiti enforcers. But then, if … Continue reading
“If nights were as long as I love you, dawn would never come.” (Photographed in Podgorica, Montenegro.)
In Sicily, even the graffiti sprayers are religious. (Seen behind the Cathedral in Palermo, Sicily.)
Is it coincidence that the evil man in this mural in La Paz, Bolivia is hiding behind a Donald Trump mask? In any case, I find these warnings misguided because most strangers are good people.
Are you also fed up with these swastika graffiti? Somebody in Hungary had this idea: