No Parking

This is what is says in Spanish. My wife told me. Of course I could use Bing translator, but she is good with Spanish, so I use real human translator services when I can.

I wonder if this sign has any legal bearing there and cops will take you away or write a ticket. It could be that it actually belongs to some local mafia boss, they will “take” away your car if you are full enough to park there. No idea. I didn’t take this photo because of that sign. You can probably guess why I took it.

This alley is pretty. Isn’t it?

Clck me!!!

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20 Responses to No Parking

  1. I love the colours in this photo 🙂

  2. carylbeach says:

    the blue is stunning: a la Yves Klein..that’s a wide awake blast of colour! GREAT SHOT.

  3. carylbeach says:

    Reblogged this on caryl beach and commented:
    Yves Klein eat your heart out…haha a great shot from Dmitrii

  4. Wonderful colors. It is a good thing there was a no parking sign as a car would have spoiled the symmetry of the scene unless it was a multicolored car.

  5. Sofia says:

    Love this photo! Fantastic colours! 🙂

  6. Nelson says:

    Lovely colors

  7. Johana Nunez says:

    Well, you have a human translator right?? 🙂 So… En dónde tomaste esa foto? Esta súper!!! :-))))

  8. mithriluna says:

    Wow, love the colors.

  9. Rajiv says:

    Wow… What colours!

  10. Maggie Beck says:

    Ok. So I love this . . . A perfect image!

  11. natuurfreak says:

    Wat a lot of different colors.Very special place

  12. Dmitrii says:

    thank you all for kind comments!

  13. Everything I love about Spain is right there. The vivid celebration of life and it’s a normal thing. You don’t go to see it, it’s just that’s everywhere and the colours – they probably take it for granted. In a place when the sun shines all the time it can only emphasise that vivacity. Lovely photo. And I love that you used Human Translate!! My dad always asks me to translate French stuff for him and I appreciate that kind of trust! 🙂 Sad that that’s probably one of the only times I get to use my degree!

  14. Great colours. Lovely photo.

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