My words, thoughts and photos from a Swedish perspective

To think or not to think, that’s the question

I wonder what they were thinking of when they put the clock right under the lamp. Only the one who did it can tell.

Someone has been thinking here too, but I can’t say that the thought was very constructive. Vandalism in public transport costs an awful lot of money every year.


5 responses

  1. Very neat.

    22/03/2010 at 22:29

  2. One needs to know the time when waiting for a train. I like the silvery tree like item – what is it?

    23/03/2010 at 04:20

  3. Staffan H

    imac: Thank you.

    Lynn: Yes, but this clock arrangement is too high. Further down would look better and be more convenient. A lamp pole is high…

    The second picture is cracked glass.

    23/03/2010 at 06:01

  4. Sometimes some things just don’t make much sense…. such as the clock under the lamp. It is like an intrusion… looks that way. The patterns of the broken glass is very interesting; however, I am sure saddened by the vandalism. Bored, petty tyrants who have nothing better to do than destroy should be caught and put on the road crew… in the tar… during high summer. I’ve said a bit, haven’t I? LOL

    26/03/2010 at 00:56

  5. Staffan H

    Anna: Thank you – intrusion was the word I was looking for (couldn’t find it in Swedish either) when I wrote this post; everything needs to be surrounded by a little space – if that “rule” isn’t followed, the harmony and the proportions are gone. Yes, you have 😆 and I’m also capable of expressing such thoughts when mad.

    28/03/2010 at 22:42

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