Angry Duck Graffiti

I haven’t posted a graffiti photo in some time now. This is from the Graffiti Alley walk I was on at the end of the summer. Something sinister about that duck face. Not sure what it means. Well, one last day of holidays. At least it’s a short week followed by a long weekend, right? Wouldn’t it be great if we lived in a world where we only worked a 30 hour week over four days, with Friday, Saturday and Sunday off! That would be far more reasonable, me thinks. Anyway, have a great day. I’m really hoping to get out for a few photos today. We’ll see.

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6 Responses to Angry Duck Graffiti

  1. John Griggs says:

    That is quite a face, Dave, and I really like how you framed it. I often compose like that myself.

    Well, those hours sound great, though I know in a macro economic sense it doesn’t work. A lot of modern Europe has moved in that direction and it helped kill their economy unfortunately.

    But one can dream…I think for me that dream is a decade or so away and it’s called “retirement”, lol. I’d probably spend a substantial number days hanging out at Longwood Gardens — about which I just did a blog post because I do spend considerable time there honing my photography already!

    I like your short-but-sweet-one-photo blog style, though I don’t think I’d be able to keep it up and a longer-but-less-often style suits me more. I enjoy your shots even when I don’t comment so keep it up.

    By the way, since you linked my blog my traffic went up noticeably so thank you very much for that.

    • Thanks John. I couldn’t agree more about the economic troubles most of Europe is presently experiencing. I really wish their model was the model for the future, but clearly is just doesn’t work — at least not at the moment.

      I read a piece recently that talked about a new world order once oil is all but gone and the price of what’s left is so outrageous no one can afford it. They talked about how we’ll see a move away from the new “global economy” and a resurgence of local manufacturing. No one will be able to afford to ship stuff very far, due to the cost of oil, which will help make local manufacturing much more competitive than it is today. I’m sure there’s a downside to all this, but haven’t really put much thought into it.

      That photo of Longwood on your blog is fantastic. Glad to hear you’re getting traffic from my blog.

      Yeah, my style isn’t for everyone. I try to post two a day, sometimes three. Now that I’m back to work it’s a lot more difficult to keep up the pace.

      Have a nice day.

  2. milkayphoto says:

    I don’t see angry duck ‘cuz that is what Donald looks like ALL the time!

    Off center framing and colors look fantastic! 🙂

  3. y says:

    beautiful! did you see the T3i has been announced? it seems like it came out even faster than T2i…ah, sigh!

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