I just don't get graffitti. Why people need to do this? Yes, a relief at the end of the graffitti tunnel!
It's a funny cat for me.
It's interesting to me that I really, really like all those colourful designs! You chose a good one for the portal thumbnail, too.
The "relief" at the end of the tunnel is worth the wait! What a beautiful shot!
These graffiti are great! I enjoy different forms of artistic expressions. And there's a beach at the end of it? Cool!Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comments. Have a fab weekend - snowy or otherwise!joyA Pinay In EnglandYour Love CoachI, Woman
Great photos. I really like the second one. I also enjoy graffiti as a form of street art if done well. Here in Rome I don't see as much good stuff, but on a vacation to Valencia a few years ago I saw amazing stuff all over the city.
Some graffiti is artistic, though it is bad when it defaces something.The beach is pretty, if a bit barren-looking.The first picture is quite interesting.
What a huge contrast!!!I guess for the murals too much is too much!! Your first detail though is quite nice.
Fabulous graffiti!! Most of it is not nearly this great. Nice pix!
the first photo is really nice. it's good that you chose to focus on that part.
Looks like Dante missed a circle in the Inferno. There is a lot of artistic work there & not just gang names as we get in LA area. The beach is lovely!
some murals are really good and beautify the city :)but some are ugly :(I miss the sea !
I guess the graffiti isnt suppose to be there? Some places plan it that way.
great views of the path... I used to go surf in Carcavelos when I lived in Lisbon.
I always rather enjoy grafitti as long as it is not obscene. It's a shame such talent can't be put to better use. Lovely beach at the end.
Love the graffiti. I know many don't approve of it, and certainly no one does if it's gang related.
The graffiti fits together so organically, kind of flowing along and then the beach. I'm sure it has its many moods.
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