Friday, November 23, 2007

I'm looking through my old photos, and here's one from Komarovo, a dacha place outside St. Pete, taken in late August 22, 2004:

An example of how you can prevent graffiti hooligans from cursing on your new white brick wall. Or, a failed attempt to conceal the scope of your wealth from your neighbors and an occasional passer-by.

1 comment:

  1. In Poland they got to use chain link fences and restrictive plaques. Farther to the West, in Germany they usually rely on ceramic gnomes behind the entrance. But neither can stop an eastern stranger, so one is in need of something firm and solid to treat such a guest.