Saturday, May 21, 2011

Hand Work In Kensington Market


Because I was at Kensington Market early in the day many places such as this little food stall on Augusta St weren't open yet. I thought that this hand was very well done and served its purpose of discouraging tagging - the locked doors were pristine surrounding the hand! Not sure if this hand signal means anything - anyone know if it does?

8 comments:

LĂșcia said...

I have no idea, but I'll come back later to check the comments. ;-)

EG Wow said...

I wish I knew sign language!

Randy said...

I used to know sign but I just let it go so I couldn't tell you. Great shot.

Jack said...

So you think they pre-tagged it to discourage other taggers? It seems to work, but it is sad that it has become necessary. And I have no idea what the sign means.

Birdman said...

Pre-tagging? A sign of the times.

Sharon said...

Beautifully done!

Regina K said...

Kensington Market looks like a wonderful place to explore, I have enjoyed these photos.

inhisgrace007 said...

For the really hard-core classic Greek gesture equivalent to our revered middle finger, my friend demonstrated the time honored…drum roll…open handed, bent middle finger.