I'm afraid you are right.
Graffiti on this beach wall is not as offensive as on buildings in town. I think there should be a few places where graffiti is allowed so that those with a creative urge have a place for expression, without degrading the rest of the town.
Sometimes I really like graffiti but here it's just wrong.
It seems it is the same everywhere. To some people a blank wall is nothing more than a canvas for their personal use. But the lighting in the picture is very nice and kind of brings beauty to the whole scene.
This is certainly a universal problem. Many of these graffiti artists are very talented. It always makes me wonder about what amazing works of art they could create if given the right outlet.
A perfect title for a sad 'profanation'. This place is even more lovely in winter...
More's the pity. .
Yeah, a good place for graffiti could be their own homes... Inside, outside, ceilings, roofs, they could use all available space...God bless you!Cezar
Morons in Oeiras are just like morons everywhere! It's a sad reality of life, this disrespect for people and property.Bah, humbug!
I agree with Jacob. Don't get me started, it's a pet peeve of mine. A true artist respects the property of others and finds a venue for their art that is appropriate, even if it's on a blank wall in their OWN HOME!V
Yes, the morons in Oeiras have the same illness as here ,further north.Otherwise, it looks nice and warm...Enjoy it!
I just have one question---"WHY". No answer of course. MB
Tut, tut, the youth of today! Although, I seem to remember there was graffiti in Pompei, Tut, tut, the youth of every generation!
Wow...I guess some feel differently. Gee, I thought graffiti was just that? I don't like tatoos either..wait, a tasteful one..hmm? I think because everyone has to see it..on a level like boom boxes..so a bad idea?
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