October 01, 2010

October 2010 Theme Day: Graffiti

Heute, am 01. Oktober, zeigen die CDP-Mitglieder 'Graffiti' aus ihren Regionen. Ich fand diesen fotografierenden Hahn an einem Gebäude in Stuttgart-Ost. Ich denke, es passt auch gut zu diesem Fotoblog.
This month's Theme Day is 'graffiti'. I found this shooting cock on a building in the East of Stuttgart. It's also an applicable theme for this photoblog, isn't it?
Und das ist das Gebäude am Ostendplatz, an dessen Wand ich das Griffito entdeckt habe. Im Erdgeschoss befindet sich ein Fotogeschäft. Neben dem Schriftzug "Foto Hanauer" kann man auch das Fotohuhn sehen.
This is the building with the graffito. It's situated on the place named "Ostendplatz". There is a photo shop on the groundfloor. Do you see the lettering "Foto Hanauer" and the shooting cocks beside it?


13 comments:

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

wow. this is great graffiti mural combination

Nathalie said...

What a perfect shot for today's theme considering that we at CDP are all photo addicts! Great find :-)))

CafebyJW said...

Cute with good advertising purpose!


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Hilda said...

Why did the chicken… take a photo??
Cute choice for a photography mascot.

Bruce Caspersonn said...

You did well to find that, Steffen, it's not the usual rubbish graffiti.

Leif Hagen said...

Ausgezeichnet! Very fun chicken graffiti!
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Jacob said...

I'd say this must be a commissioned piece...you think? Very colorful and a great post for theme day. I notice the shop still advertises film...I wonder if many people there still shoot with film?

And I really like your new header!

Halcyon said...

Somehow I think the first graffiti is perfect for a photo blog!

Petrea said...

What an excellent choice for theme day! I agree with Bruce C., not the usual rubbish graffiti. Well done.

Abraham Lincoln said...

I like the photo used to explain it.

Bill said...

Very clever picture. I like it.

paul said...

Well spotted! Great graffiti.

Birdman said...

Funny cock shot. He's not 'chicken'.