summer 1990, fulda and weimar

tour group

here’s a reasonable shot that includes most of the people who were in my tour group. i’m not sure where exactly this was, or even the date — my notes for the roll just say “fulda / weimar” but neither of those are in the itinerary i still have.

and here’s more evidence of a long-running photographic interest: graffiti. wir hassen nazis, indeed. i’m not sure what the symbol that looks like a circled “b” with an arrow pointing from it means.

» travel, photography, people to people, germany, fulda, weimar, graffiti
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My guess is that the circle-b is simply a smart-ass response to the anarchist circle-a. If a, then b.

» Scott (link) » june 8, 2006 9:24pm

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