Saturday, 1 November 2008

No Se Puede Vivir Sin Amar

¿LE GUSTA ESTE JARDÍN?
¿QUE ES SUYO?
¡EVITE QUE SUS HIJOS LO DESTRUYAN!

DO YOU LIKE THIS GARDEN?
WHY IS IT YOURS?
WE EVICT THOSE WHO DESTROY!

7 comments:

xoggoth said...

Que? I usually manage to recognise your obscure photos but I have run through the gammet of sinister sorts (Goebbels, Beria etc) from the days when people were in black and white and come up short.

Whodat?

xoggoth said...

Que? I usually manage to recognise your obscure photos but I have run through the gammet of sinister sorts (Goebbels, Beria etc) from the days when people were in black and white and come up short.

Whodat?

xoggoth said...

Oh balls again

Chertiozhnik said...

Malcolm Lowry, whose novel "Under the Volcano" is set on the Day of the Dead in Quauhnahuac in 1939.

And in my opinion on of the greats, though I have never met anyone who agreed with me.

Chertiozhnik said...

The writing being the alcoholic Consul's wilful mistranslation of a sign in the public gardens.

Obscurantist, moi?

Chertiozhnik said...

And - continuing to bore away - of the greats there only a half dozen.

xoggoth said...

I read that but so many decades ago not a clue what about.