Lens-Artist-PC-45-Street-Art

 

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I was going to use some

graffiti style street art

however, walked another path.

Near the

El Alamein Fountain,

King Cross, Sydney,

Australia.

The ‘Gate of Violence’

In the middle of Albertina Platz is the walk-in monument sculpture.

The Monument against War and Fascism

was unveiled in 1988 to preserve the memory

of the darkest era in Austrian history

and is dedicated to all victims of war and fascism.

Info Source:  http://www.docbrown.info/docspics/europe/austria05.htm

 

 

“Le Guetteur 2015 …”,

An inhabited aluminum sculpture
20 m high
Polygone Riviera
Cagnes-sur-Mer, France.

Source: http://www.sosno.com

Finally, Rome’s

Invisible Man

Click the link below to watch

Youtube Videos of the

Invisible Man of Rome

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Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Patti:  Street-Art

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Leya:  Street-Art

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Amy:  Street-Art

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Tina:  Street-Art

 

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7 thoughts on “Lens-Artist-PC-45-Street-Art

  1. The Invisible Man must get a lot of double takes on the street! What fun. And the monument to victims of war and fascism remains a powerful reminder of the dangers of the ideology and warfare. Great variety of art, Woolly. I really enjoyed this.

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    • Unfortunately I don’t think wwe stopped walking to take him/her in. But Yes I stopped long enough to capture a couple of images and earned my reputation for being last…..again. I would love to re-visit many European cites ‘at our pace‘.

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      • I think that’s a great idea, WM. Traveling at your own pace. That’s what we’ve been doing. It really gives you a chance to know the city and even revisit places that had a great impact before.

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      • That’s what we did for a week or so in late September in North Island New Zealand, prior to our son’s wedding. Bugged me no -end when our European tour director would say each morning,….’No you’ve done Florence, Rome…..(wherever).’ Often we had arrived in the town at 4 or 5pm and were leaving a 0800 after seeing some of the sights/attractions on offer in that 12-14 hour window. WE did see many of the tourist attraction and are grateful, however, I enjoyed my three day tour of the Western Front Battlefields the following year more as it was more relaxing and I had time to explore Arras, France, where I was based.

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