Doel Street Art

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  • Arden PRO 6y

    epic..this is the best piece out there!
  • Romany WG 6y

    Agree with you there Arden. One of, if not the best piece there.
  • Fotogravirus 6y

    Cool, you have been to Doel! Did you liked it??? Like this shot!
  • Romany WG 6y

    I didn't go into too many of the houses but concentrated on the graffiti/street art aspect. I felt too much like a prying tourist and didn't feel 100% comfortable as so many of the houses still seemed to be occupied and the people there didn't seem to want the attention they are now getting. I think it's a pity that the people are being forced to move out. It must have been a nice little community at one time.
  • Photography by Bytegirl PRO 6y

    Incredible shot!! this is pure brilliance...

    Seen on my Flickr home page. (?)
  • 3passa 6y

    Great eye.
  • Officially Loopy! 6y

    no THAT is art!
  • cazpoo 6y

    Stunning piece of Grafitti and a superb shot, those clouds are awesome.
  • Fotogravirus 6y

    I think you might be right, there are a lot of photographers that act like tourist and don't have any respect for the last people who still are living there. It's very interesting to talk to the people who live there, they still love the village. There is a restaurant in the outlying of Doel and the owner told us some stories about how everything happened there. Very interesting and sad to know the story behind Doel. I think you're photo's do right to Doel, I like them a lot!
  • Viveca Koh 6y

    Great shot, great PP.
  • Chrixcel 6y

    oh my...
  • Der_Falke 6y

    that really sounds unbelievable
  • Patti Sundstrom 6y

  • vip223 PRO 5y

    super symbolism
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Taken on October 12, 2009
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