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Valparaíso is known for art and street art is at the top of the list. The port city is full of slogans, graffiti, painted houses, etc. A complete dream for…

On my walk last week I noticed overnight that someone had adorned the hoardings of the Pegasus retirement complex building site hoarding on the Bath and Bristol…

The walls are decorated with graffiti, initially created during the Cans Festival organised in May, 2008. Since then the tunnel and nearby arches have been an…

In this post, I am taking you back to my Lisbon series. I have been quite busy lately with work and other things, so I only had time to process these pictures…

I have been really busy again with work from different sources for the past few days, but tonight, I managed to find some time to finish processing a small…

A derelict area can be quite interesting from a photographic point of view. A perfect job for my old 35mm Summicron lens.

I’m always fascinated by historic graffiti. It seems the need for humans to show where they’ve been long predates street artists with spray cans. While taking…

This graffiti was huge and long. I did not had enough space between the wall and myself and decided to take a panoramic photo. The post processing was …
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