Who needs graffiti when the store windows of autumn are festive with leftover bikinis on pasty, headless mannequins? ;)
cela fait rêver, surtout qu'ici c'est plus tôt un anorak que l'on porte
Nice reflections..... and nice colorful towels!:)
I can't find any graffiti here in Stanwood either.We are running around practically naked here in the 70F degree weather. So HA!!!MB
You are lucky, bikinis are long gone here...
I think I know why you could not find any graffiti in Ocala. You spent too much time looking for bikinis. You're no fool.
It could be a kind of glass graffiti, great catch!
I found some graffiti in my archives. It's from around the first time we had graffiti as a theme day. I think this was a tough assignment for those of us who live in "smaller" cities.Your reflection today is nice. I, for one, am looking forward to some cooler temps. It's been hotter than usual for fall over here.
Wow, no graffiti in Ocala? No horse scribblers?
No graffiti in Ocala? What IS this world coming to?
Poor girls - they are white of frost :-D
No graffiti is a good thing! Nice reflection shot there Jacob.
The fact that there are no graffiti can also be good...and I envy you because bikini season is not over yet!
How nice you dont have graffiti to post .. personally I think its a form of expression better stifled than expressed
HMMMPH, Jacob; if you call me Gunn ones again on my blog, then I need some ice to cool me down *LOL*...or a gun!!!!
You are very lucky not to have been able to find a graffiti. That's wonderful and I wish it were the same in Montpellier. Unfortunately enough it is just the opposite. Have a great weekend.
Must be nice to not have to see graffiti. We get some here but you have to be quick to get a photo, it gets cleaned up pretty fast which is why I had to go underground for mine.There should be a big sale on bikinis now but no thanks. My bikini days are long past.
Go south! :)God bless you!Cezar
No graffiti besides all other heaven features of Ocala? Great place))
Those are very pretty bikinis! I sure could use them in December - in the Philippines :)I love picnic tables, especially those surrounded by lovely trees. All that's missing is a vase filled with beautiful flowers or a bowl with water and loose petals with tea lights!Happy Tuesday!
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