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City on a grain of salt. Tuzla means a place of salt and it lays on top of the salt lake. It is suspected it has been there for around 7000 years as one of the oldest places in Europe.

Monday, August 06, 2007

Bad, bad manners

Every time I pass this small 'could be nice' little forest I kind of get angry, the people are very inconsiderate and the most amazing thing is that it's on their doorstep.
Despite today's ugly post have a good week.

17 Comments:

Blogger Kate said...

The garbage is very unappealing yet the photo is a good one. It makes a statement, and the red container emphasizes the mess. Have a good week!!

06 August, 2007 11:12  
Blogger Steve Buser said...

The trash around us reminds us to make a decision each day for beauty.
--steve buser
New Orleans Daily Photo

06 August, 2007 13:38  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's gross! Where in Tuzla is this? I don't ever remember seeing such a mess... Banja?

06 August, 2007 16:51  
Blogger ~tanty~ said...

Oh, this is so bad! Some people just ignorant.
Have a good week ahead Jazzy.

06 August, 2007 17:12  
Blogger Bill said...

It is not just in Tuzla, I will be hiking high up in the Rocky Mountains, and come across piles of trash. I often try to clean up the areas I find, but I think I would need a front loader for this one! I don't understand people sometimes (rather often actually) :)

06 August, 2007 17:48  
Blogger photowannabe said...

It makes me so angry to see things like this. How can they just dump their trash? Are their homes this way too?
It is a great picture and as kate said, the red splash of color sets it off. Trash and beautiful wooded area just don't go together.

06 August, 2007 19:39  
Anonymous Lessie said...

How sad! Yes, bad manners. And you're right -- it has the potential to be such a pretty wood!

06 August, 2007 19:50  
Blogger travelphilippines said...

i hate it too whenerver i see places like that. especially if its on the river,beaches or forest.

07 August, 2007 09:30  
Blogger Keropok Man said...

oh... how could people do that?

is anyone going to clean it up? or it is going to be left like that?

07 August, 2007 17:53  
Blogger Zsolt said...

ohh this is really annoying. I also hate when I see this. Thank you Jazzy for your nice comment on our Budapest Guide site:) If you need any more information when you visit just let us to know:)

08 August, 2007 09:29  
Blogger Denton said...

Dumping of garbage is something I have seen in the past but it appears to occur less often now where I live ... I agree with you that the forest would be so much more enjoyable with a little consideration.

08 August, 2007 18:44  
Blogger Susan said...

Very sad to see this, but your photo sends a strong message!

08 August, 2007 20:50  
Anonymous Owen said...

I'll join the chorus, it's a very effective photograph.

Does Tuzla have a decent rubbish collection service? And do you have any waste recycling collections?

09 August, 2007 00:25  
Blogger Jazzy said...

oh yes rubbish collection service is pretty much ok, but when people leave rubbish in the woods like this it will stay there forever, unfortunately people's social contact can be very poor as you can see. it still makes me angry although i've passed this spot million times, there is a sign 'please, don't through rubbish, but with no effect. btw it's a private land and other people rubbish damp.

09 August, 2007 10:32  
Anonymous Owen said...

Jazzy, I'm afraid it's no consolation to say that people round the world do this sort of thing. But your photo should be on a poster.

11 August, 2007 01:34  
Anonymous Owen said...

Thought this link to English Russia might give you some ideas for a trip on Lake Pannonica.

http://englishrussia.com/?p=1262#more-1262

18 August, 2007 15:37  
Anonymous Hydrocodone said...

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02 November, 2007 04:55  

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