Saturday, December 03, 2005

Wall-Paintings in the environment

A decaying sign on the way to Carenage, Trinidad, West Indies

Along the western main road, a wall that speaks of beauty

The patio from a known drug port, Carenage, Trinidad

A building in disarray

Graffiti at London street, Port of Spain, 2005

Here in Trinidad and Tobago, we have the tendency to like new things, buildings, cars or mobile phones. And then, we leave it up to the elements for it to fends for itself. In every passing day, the neglect finds its place. These buildings are in a dilapidated state, but yet there is a singular beauty which can be appreciated.

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