Friday, October 16, 2009

Fathers for Justice!



This is a place I venture through once in a while. The grafitti always changes as new people wander through here and tag about. I thought this little section was interesting and even conjures up some stories in my head about the significance of the words and the burnt car seat.

12 comments:

Brayton Homestead Interiors said...

Gary,

The door partially open as if to invite you in yet inscribed with a large X intrigues me, super photo, as always..

Karen

Antonio Estevez said...

this reminds me of my old neighborhood. ah, fond and not so fond memories....

DoanLegacy said...

I like the color in the photo! It's rusted, and have an abandon feel!

mandi said...

This photo is just perfect.

TERI REES WANG said...

Crusaders cruising the crime scenes?

willow said...

This is a terrifically evocative photo, Gary. Great composition, as well. wow.

Sharon McPherson: AUTHOR / ARTIST said...

I am sure in real life this space is pretty grotty but you shake that little magic of yours and Abracadabra, an amazing, thought provoking image.

Julie Magers Soulen said...

This is a very fascinating photo. There are so many stories here. Who are the taggers? Where does that door go? It brings so many questions to mind. Love it!

Cheers!
Julie
Julie Magers Soulen Photography
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The Things We Carried said...

It does me think there must be a story there.

nevin said...

Kill me better!!

This is so beautiful.. Stunning!

Gary Heller said...

Thanks all, for the time to drop by and leave your thoughts.

Daryl said...

Graffiti .. always an interesting subject ...