I live in Gotham.
I might even write about that, one day. But not now.
While I am not offering written fluff, for three weeks, I am providing a pictorial view of the underbelly of cities. Today, Genoa, and concern regarding Italian justice.
Genoa (Genova in Italian) is a fantastic city with a rich history of conquest, exploration, and occupation. But the humble scribe has no time to write until May 18, as an e-interregnum is currently in effect as previously noted here.
So, instead, a head-level look at the popular art. And by popular art, I mean art by the populous.
By the people.
A series of graffiti shots.
Your humble scribe may add commentary after May 18. We'll see. But, till then, each picture counts as 1000 words.
Interesting dichotomy, no? This was found in the context of other socially-motivated graffiti like that shown two days ago.
And, please remember, that although this technically could be considered an interlineal gloss, I am simply documenting and presenting, not espousing.
As per always,
on every post,
on this blog,
putting the mouse over the picture reveals the captions.
And these postings are all automated,
as your humble scribe will not be back until 18 May.
I will be keen