Wednesday, March 28, 2007

¿Mi Casa es su Casa?

I don't think that this owner believes that "mi casa es su casa!" Would you be willing to scale that glass-topped wall?

15 comments:

photowannabe said...

Ouch...that's not too friendly.
I do like this composition though.

jb said...

More like "mi casa es mi castello" (or something similar. Corrections welcome..)

Olivier said...

dans certains lycées, ils y avaient des tessons de bouteilles sur les murs pour empecher les eleves de quitter le lycée en douce et les autres de faire du vandalisme


in certain colleges, they had pieces of broken bottle there on the walls to prevent raised to leave the college into soft and the others to make vandalism

Jazzy said...

it looks like very effective protection!
love the greenery.

kris said...

i see a small gap where the glass been removed..someone must have been trying!

Olive said...

You almost want to go in JUST ‘cause there's glass on the walls!!
I went to an all girls school from grades 1-4, and they separated us from the boys school by doing the same thing... Needless to say the nurse was usually the busiest staff member...

Dsole said...

oh if that quote were true, maybe they wouldn't have a fence around their house!

Chris & Deb said...

...wonder if it's designed to discourage the pigeons from...well, doing what they do best.

Marie McC said...

From what I've heard, this is common. I've seen it in West Africa, too.

isabella said...

Maybe Osama bin Laden is hiding there ;-)

Kalyan said...

Well captured shot!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Oh my. It is a big law suit waiting to happen if it is in the states. It it almost inviting, like wet paint, to see if it cuts.
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Helen said...

Effective protection I am sure. I would not want to mess with that wall!

Chad Oneil said...

...That would be quite hazardess to ones health!

Ming_the_Merciless said...

The only good thing I can say is it looks better than a barbed wire fence.

Is crime a big problem in Mazatlan?