Saturday, November 13, 2010

The Old Man And The Sea

 
Graffiti at an underground crossway to Santo Amaro Beach, Oeiras

19 comments:

Sharon said...

I'd call this one a work of art!

Sylvia K said...

Ah, graffiti like that I can live with! Terrific capture as always, JM! Enjoy your evening!

Sylvia

Bergson said...

un tag très beau
j'adore la pipe on dirait Popeye

Small City Scenes said...

Oh my gosh!! If this is grafitti well I wonder what art is!!!!
Beautiful. MB

Randy said...

Beautiful work. I love the movie too.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This is remarkable graffiti. i hope the subject of this art does not get his fishing line tangled.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Very artistic and I would not have known that it was graffiti. Great capture, JM.

Joan Elizabeth said...

I think art not graffiti

Al said...

I wish we'd get graffiti like that around here. I have some graffiti on my latest blog post too, but it's destructive.

Jarart said...

It is the good kind of graffiti.

Cezar and Léia said...

I tend to see graffiti mostly as some sort of vandalism but some are really great, like this one!
God bless you!
Cezar

BLOGitse said...

This is art......I like it!

Dina said...

A wonderful old fisherman.
I wonder who the artist is and how he chose this.

Olivier said...

waouhh cette peinture murale est grandiose, j'adore

VP said...

You have some real nice graffiti, our get uglier and uglier!

AB said...

Great find!

Marie-Noyale said...

A graffiti from someone who has good taste in litterature!!

Steffe said...

Art.

Francisca said...

Is that really graffiti? As in uninvited painting on someone's private property? Or a wall mural... made with permission? It IS very well done, but graffiti in my books is a definite no-no. Can you imaging if someone decided to paint on your house... or car...