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.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Graffiti over graffiti over graffiti


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Interesting - I'm not sure how else to describe it!

24 February, 2009 11:47  
Blogger Mountainboy said...

Wow, how did they get the Tuzla Daily Photo bit so neat?! ;)

24 February, 2009 12:46  
Blogger अविनाश said...

i had good look at the above pic, it appears like some anmal is bwnding forward (the triangle resembling his body) OR Is it a bird
OR something else which i am not getting

Wud love to know what the pic is actually about, also a friendly sugesstion u sud write a bit about the pic with the post(just a suggestion)

Good time

24 February, 2009 13:44  
Blogger ~tanty~ said...

Hi Jazzy,
We don't have many graffiti here and those that I can find are not good.

Have a nice day :)

25 February, 2009 09:28  
Blogger Kate said...

I could post many, many photos of grafitti here, but I really don't like the process nor the product very much. I personally think it's an eyesore on the landscape. Two fine-looking, restored homes in this neigborhood are frequent targets, which I would find tedious!

25 February, 2009 21:00  
Blogger Jazzy said...

thanks all for stopping by!
Kate @ i agree with you fully, i think i put this photo without thinking and being deprived of interesting subjects is to blame. i'm getting tired with posting, after all tuzla is a small city...

26 February, 2009 02:23  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't be tired, you still manage to come up with interesting pictures and there must be several thousand Tuzlans still queuing up for their moment on your international stage!

26 February, 2009 19:50  
Blogger Kate said...

Jazzy, I think your choice of subject matter is great. I object only to the actions of people who think other people's property is their canvas!

28 February, 2009 16:05  

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