how can you have any pudding if you don’t eat your meat! 16 Replies 3402 I’m not sure if this rock on the beach qualifies as graffiti but I do like it. My gratitude goes out to whoever did this. Thanks for the photo op! click on any image to enter the gallery. 3409 3404 3407 3407 3406 3405 Advertisement Related
Mother, do you think they’ll like this photograph? I do!
Thanks, Howard. I’m glad they didn’t paint all the rocks on the beach but it’s nice to have one. And so well done, too!
I particularly like the close up abstract shots!
The intended colors are great, but I especially like that you got up close to show the little cracks in the paint and where the paint has already chipped off.
I found this near the end of my walk on the beach and I had been shooting the other rocks with the macro lens. I couldn’t resist.
Maybe over the course a millions of years, the rock just wore away and exposed this rainbow of colors. Yeah, that’s it!
I’m sure you’re right, John.
You mean it’s not natural? Dang! First the I find out Santa is not real and now this rock is not real. In answer to your question, I would call it art and not graffiti.
What do you mean “Santa’s not real”???
Those colours are wonderful – and, I think I can see continental Africa in there 🙂
It could be Atlantis, too!
Thank God for the graffiti artists!
It’s such an inspiration.
Very nice indeed, and good to see (between the cracks) that it is being maintained.
Thanks, ehpem. Now I feel obligated to make a few trips a year to see how this is weathering. It’s not a hardship, though.
It would be interesting to follow its seasonal changes.