I remember vividly going to this town in those days either for breakfast or simply to buy stuff. Most of the time for breakfast. That was decades ago. Well, to be exact, three decades ago and it feels just like yesterday. Now, this town doesn’t look nowhere near this scenery (picture). I’ll make an effort to shoot the town from the same angle. Perhaps this coming weekend. Hopefully.
It’s good to be able to look out there in between work. A therapy of some sort … This is ‘noon time’ framed!
Many interesting items to see in this little shop. Our 11 year old son gazed in awe at the typewriters that sat at a corner. We explained that this thing was sort of outnumbered by computers with word processing applications by a wide margin in the 80s – who knows what the big boy was thinking upon hearing this! He asks two days ago if we could get one for him to try his hands on. Read more
A mural or graffiti doesn’t necessarily mean anything, but it could. What do you think this one tell you? I see a creature vaping…
While browsing, I stumble upon this post on Huffington Post. Have a look, awesome pieces of work! To come up with something so huge and balanced, one must have deep passion to produce such art work.
“Street art and graffiti is ephemeral, transitory, a moment in time,” the experts at Brooklyn Street Art assert, emphasizing the contemporary allure of graffiti and street art.
Street Artist Turns A Town Of 100 People Into Tourist Attraction By Painting Mural On Old 30m Silos
Street artists paint Mexican town colourful
A mural right before the entrance – makes the outlet looks cozier and friendlier.