Friday, December 16, 2011

Graffiti on a Fence


I found this graffiti on a fence in a nature park area. I was saddened to see it - I don't get the point of ruining somebody elses property. I would much rather find a heart MADE by nature!

So ... this is a found heart that breaks MY heart ...

Don't forget, "Guest Heart Thursday" is open through Sunday for you to link YOUR found hearts!

Also ... it's Jan and Jer's FRIDAY'S FENCES time!


11 comments:

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

it's a shame kids feel the need to do these things! =)

TexWisGirl said...

yeah, that's a shame...

Woody said...

I don't mind graffiti on abandoned buildings, but it doesn't belong on a relatively new fence.

Loved you Zephyr comment!! Good thing she can't read!

Jan n Jer said...

I hate to see this!

Pam said...

One mans trash is anothers art, but is should not intrude on others property.
Have a joy-filled weekend, Clytie.

gtyyup said...

I hate seeing graffiti too...on anything. They should just get a tattoo and keep it their own!

Debbie said...

breaks my heart!!

Genie said...

I can handle art graffiti in the big cities, but not this. Everywhere Buddy and I go hiking we find this kind of YUCK and it makes me furious. It is totally unnecessary.genie

Martha Z said...

One does wonder why some find it necessary to deface that which belongs to others. In Yosemite I sometimes see places where moss has been scratched from rocks to leave a message. This can't be cleaned or painted over, it takes years for the moss to grow back.

Patty said...

Good evening, I am still around, just can't seem to get my act together and get around to all the blogs I would like to visit. Yes, it's a shame someone has to ruin another person's property. I often wonder how the person doing this would feel if someone did something to their property or their parents home. Merry Christmas.

Beth Niquette said...

Shame on that graffiti perp. Looks like they are saying they love money. Such a total disregard for others. And yet it is a heart. A heart that breaks one's heart. How amazingly profound.