Bonito, colorido e bem feito!*** e que dia fabuloso de sol!Léia
Abandoned factories can be interesting to check out. Did you go for a closer look?
Such a modest guy...
de belles couleurs et plein d'etoiles, c'est assez poetique pour des tags
@Steffe: I tried to, but there are fences, walls and closed gates all around the complex.
@VP: Indeed! LOL!
Gorgeous graffiti - art for sure!
Love the shot - yours are always so good!
the "word" on the right appears to be something like an arabic writing to me. what cool colors they chose.
I agree, great graffiti! Surely better than anything I've seen here in Seattle lately!! Terrific, colorful capture for the day, JM!Sylvia
Eu sei que o destaque não é este, mas eu gosto de trilhos, principalmente da madeira dos trilhos.
Well, I guess if you're going to do something like this you may as well think big! This looks better than the usual stuff. . .but then, who would expect anything less from the King of the Universe?
Nice photo, JM!
I love it...
That is quite a large kingdom!
rather pretty and very well done!
Gee, I hate seeing graffiti everywhere.
Oh, the confidence of youth! Lovely shots.
It is the character of the railway lines that capture my attention more than the graffiti. I guess because rail has been so important among the 100 towns.
Um colorido interessante com um belo enquadramento
The lettering is so graceful. But I can't read it in any language. My loss I think. The colors and stars add some charm to what typically is a weedy, littered patch of ground. Thanks, Jose, for participating in this week's Monday Mural.
NIce shot. Now "Kings of the Universe"? Hmmmmm, I beg to differ ;-)
Strange thing that the "king" of the universe must write his message on the back of an old building along some old railroad tracks in a town which would probably not be considered a center of business or commerce.Maybe king of the nuthouse might be a better handle.
How universally Cool!
This picture and the mural are both absolutely awesome.Have a great week.
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