Weekly Photo Challenge: Twist (II)

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Saturday 24 May, 2014 by Uncle Spike

This week’s second entry from me for the Weekly Photo Challenge is from one of the Dodecanese islands of Greece by the name of Kalymnos. It’s a pretty quiet place all in all, but with the financial turbulence of the past few years, looks like not all is as calm as it seems.

Hope you enjoy this entry, but apologies for the language to any ‘sensitive readers’.

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The first entry for this week can be found here: WPC ‘Twist’ (I)

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http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/twist/

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12 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Twist (II)

  1. karafili says:

    Kalymnos belongs to Dodecanese islands!:)(I`m a Kalymnian!)

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  2. I have often wondered why graffiti is almost always in English! Everyone seems to like the F word!

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  3. sozsatire says:

    Judging by the trajectory of the lettering it would appear that the author may have been being bludgeoned to the ground by the police during his act of defiance there Spike 🙂

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