Sunday, September 12, 2010

Summer Stock Sunday

I really liked this graffiti in Madrid, and would have been quite happy to sit at one of those tables and admire it.


For more Summer Stock Sunday, or to join in the fun (only a couple more weeks left!) visit Robin by clicking on the pic below. And thanks, Robin, for hosting this meme.


10 comments:

  1. It's so weird to see Sun. Sept 12 on your post. Since here it's Sat eve, still Sept 11. Not an earth shattering observation I know, I just felt like making it LOL. Have a lovely day :)

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  2. I know what Karen means. The Sunday Roast is published on Saturday here because it originated in Australia and their Sunday is our Saturday. When David Mahone (the originator) retired from blogging he passed the batton on to Eddie Bluelights in England.

    Some graffiti can be so artistic can't it Mimi.

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  3. That is quite striking, I like it too. Great catch Mimi, thanks for sharing it :).

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  4. So colourful!;)
    Have a lovely Sunday,
    xo

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  5. I quite like graffiti. I know it can be a nuisance but the good ones are a delight of color and design. As your photo demonstrates.

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  6. I lost my first post. I love the colors in this graffiti.

    I like to view graffiti on the train cars. It is all so different and interesting.
    Have a great week.

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  7. I love Graffiti in all it's shapes and sizes (not obscene though). I do believe that it all tells a story. I even have a Facebook photo album dedicated to graffiti that I see although most of it is found on the walls of public toilets!!

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  8. Hello and thanks for your visit to my blog. The lace gloves I bought for tea were brand new and came in a cello package.
    The art graffiti in your post is kind of interesting; it has purpose as opposed to naughty words to claim a visit.
    Judith

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