Street Art Letters

WordPress Photo challenge:   Letters

   I love the juxtaposition of scattered letters — a reminder that the elements within an alphabet are not only functional, but beautiful. _ Cheri Rowlands, WordPress

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Sometimes graffiti tags become art.

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16 thoughts on “Street Art Letters

    1. It was in Spain – I think it was around a building site – maybe the artists had time to finish their work properly because the wall was going to be demolished and no one cared about it.

    1. Another lucky shot Sonel. I just saw it and snapped. It was only when I looked at it later that I realised the composition actually worked. – maybe that’s what Otto Munchow means by being ‘in flow’. – wish it happened for more – these days I take 50+ to get one good one – e.g. ‘the end of the day’ shot came after a very long walk and around 60 very average photos. πŸ™‚

      1. Oh, I know just what you mean Suzanne and I am glad you were ‘in flow’ at that stage. I see I am not the only one that takes so many shots as well. When I go on walks like that I snap everything I see. πŸ˜† But I also know what you call ‘average’, I will call ‘stunning’, so I am sure there are a lot of other stunning shots you took. πŸ˜›

    1. This is true – sometimes it works and sometimes it’s an intrusion. In Melbourne there is an entire laneway devoted to graffiti. It started out an illegal activity – now it’s an international tourist attraction. πŸ™‚

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