Ailsa over at Where’s My Backpack has come up with an interesting travel theme this week: Walls. Click here to see what everyone else has come up with.
I’m always taking photos of walls, usually because of the textures. A lot of walls catch my attention for another reason, though – the graffiti painted on them. Here are a couple of my favourites.
I photographed this wall at the highest point in Germany, on top of the Zugspitze at Garmisch-Partenkirchen. I didn’t find out why the graffiti was there or what it meant, and it’s not the best example, but it was the location and the fact that it has been preserved while the rest of the building has been renovated that attracted me to it.
And some great examples of wall art in Pisa, Italy.