Sunday, March 16, 2008

shoot for the sky

Karaburun, İzmir
Is shooting traffic signs with cameras and with firearms a global habit?

8 comments:

Uma por Dia said...

I dont think so!

Uma por Dia said...

I may be wrong, see the second picture. Is a town 50km from Lisbon: http://setubalumafotografiapordia.blogspot.com/

Fredrik said...

I've seen it on Crete as well, but not in the rest of Europe. Seems a bit crazy to me.

Eric S said...

Street signs with bullet holes in the U.S are fairly common in the rural landscape.
You could almost dedicate an entire blog to it.

Hmmm! It is crazy enough... it just might work!

monoblog said...

Thanks you all for your feedbacks.
Probably sign vandalism is a serious problem in the world, especially on lower volume roads. Signs are shot at, run over,
painted and removed...

Petrea said...

Eric S. is correct--not so much in areas where (dare I say it) people have something to do. But yes, it happens in the rural areas (like where I came from).

AraratDailyPhoto said...

YES!!!

Andrea said...

Yes.
Very common in Italy too.
Maybe it's a mediterranean hobby...