March Squares : Spiky / 1

Becky is asking for spiky squares this March, or she says, “your squares could have jagged rooves, pointy beaks, bristly seats, serrated edges, prickly nests, spiny trees, or even barbed relationships.” Let your imagination go spiky, but don’t forget to stay square!

So, for my first image, here’s a pointed beak (not that pointy, admitted, but it will have to do!)

Linked to March Squares at Becky’s here

 

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16 comments

  1. May not be the most pointy of beaks but think it’s going to be the largest we see this month! Wonderful street art 😊

  2. It is the slogan that really makes the shot….. I wonder if this was an afterthought or some other ‘artist’. 🙂

  3. Spiky is a good challenge. You got off to a great start, Sue.
    ( I wonder why the artist added ‘no pics plez’? You would think they would be flattered.)
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. What a fascinating work, Sue. I find it hard to take my eyes off this one. Great composition and stunning graffiti.

    • Sue

      Glad you like my composition, but actually, I didn’t have a lot of choice, using a prime lens in a relatively narrow street limited me! But kudos to the artist, the bird’s eye was mesmerising

  5. Love it, Sue! Fun text as well…

  6. I kind of like him, Sue 🙂 🙂

  7. Another great find and perfect for March squares!

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