Monday, June 13, 2011

Zen Monday: #150


Zen Monday is the day you experience the photo and give us your thoughts rather than me telling you what the photo's about. Although this one isn't particularly complicated.

14 comments:

dive said...

Sure, I'd enjoy scrubbing and repainting my wall.
If you have to spray like a tomcat, make it artistic. At least learn some basic typography.

Shell Sherree said...

I'm enjoying Dive's comment.

Book Dragon said...

I'll join Shell in enjoying dive's comment ;-)

dive said...

I'm enjoying this.

Dianne Emley said...

Enjoy (not).

Speedway said...

I'm with Dive. "Spray like a tomcat," but with even less sense of purpose than the cat.

John Sandel said...

The Blissheads are in a turf war. Their rivals tried to overtag this, but ran out of paint—hence their name: the Invisible Sufferers.

Susan Campisi said...

enjoy - scribbled in a mocking tone...

Bellis said...

I insist you enjoy your hike, and I'll be watching you...

OR:

Enjoy this place before it's ruined. First by people like me, then the LADWP.

(Confession - I know where this is.)

L Barlow, AIA said...

Doesn't look like tagging, looks like a prank, tongue in cheek. By someone with a good arm on the spray can (an artist).

Another version of "Fork in the Road"?

Bellis, where is this place that we're supposed to "enjoy"? Part of the story

TheChieftess said...

DB gets annoyed when a waiter or waitress says simply "Enjoy!" He feels like they're ordering him to enjoy his meal!!! Me...who cares?!!!! I like this directive though!!!

Steven said...

At least the word is spelled correctly. Looks like that wall could use a coat of fresh paint anyway.

Ms M said...

I join with Shell and Book Dragon in enjoying Dive's comment :)

Petrea Burchard said...

This tagger might as well have painted a smiley face, for all the cheer s/he spread.

The tag is no longer there, but it was along the wall as you enter Hahamongna near the Devil's Gate Dam. Not the best graffiti I've ever seen, but at least it was spelled correctly.