Friday, August 20, 2010

Freddie Mercury

Freddie Mercury lives, viale Mameli, LivornoI split this because it was a very long sentence, obviously written by two different hands, in “Viale Mameli”: “Freddie Mercury lives” “It isn't true... but... bravo...”.W Stalin, via Cecconi, Livorno“You are right - W Stalin”, in “Via Cecconi”.Little Moon I adore you, via Mayer, Livorno“Little Moon I adore you”, in “Via Mayer”.

14 comments:

Gunn said...

Clear messages!:)

ρομπερτ said...

How very interesting, especially the reply. On the other words, surely much work ahead, for teachers, schools and parents as well. And yes, the moon is worth to remain awake many a night. Please have a good Friday.

daily athens

Randy said...

Love the little moon. It would be nice if Freddy Mercury was alive. Have a great weekend.

tapirgal said...

I'll go along with the sentiment about Freddie.

cieldequimper said...

Now I'll have to get the Queen CDs out.

Dina said...

OK . . .
Sorry, the only mercury I can think about today is the mercury that is about to jump out of the thermometer.
It's over 40 here today, and in Eilat 47.

joo said...

I agree with Randy - it would be nice if Freddy Mercury was still alive and can understand tht someone adores Lunina, but Stalin.....!

Steffe said...

There was a graffiti exhibition in Stockholm earlier in the week. Police arrested ten people for tagging public spaces, the cost for cleaning up after them landed on 500.000 SEK.

JM said...

The top one is my favourite! :-)

Luis Gomez said...

These are great!

Small City Scenes said...

Super cool.
Grafitti--good and bad
yes and no.
Freddy Murcury lived!! MB

Cezar and Léia said...

Oh VP, I do love Freddie Mercury!He's music brings life to our hearts for sure!
Adorable post, and I specially love Lunina , it reminds my little Luna, my kitty! :)
hugs and happy weekend ( with a beuatiful Sun)

Léia

Kaori said...

Although I don't really appreciate graffiti, I love your collection of them! It all seems to flow together :D

Rob and Mandy said...

Well, fortunately, Freddie lives in our hearts and cd players