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Shabby Chic in Rome – Part #3
This batch may be the worst of the bunch, in that they’re the most abused.
Even the knockers have seen better days…
but at least they didn’t get mistreated like their doors did.
You gotta feel for these ones because not only are they worn and neglected but in some cases they’ve been vandalized (there, I said it) beyond saving 😦
Personally I love well-done artistic street-art, but this crap on building and doors that are probably hundreds of years old…I just don’t get it.
It kinda feels like kicking someone when they’re already down.
Now, I mean seriously: who seriously thinks tagging an already beaten-up ragged old door serves any useful purpose?
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