September 06, 2008
Shoefiti by Jørgen Stensrud
The myths are many to why this is done. But here is the wiki take on it

Shoe flinging or shoefiti is the American and Canadian practice of throwing shoes whose shoelaces have been tied together so that they hang from overhead wires such as power lines or telephone cables.
A number of sinister explanations have been proposed as to why this is done. Some say that shoes hanging from the wires advertise a local crack house where crack cocaine is used and sold,in which case the shoes are sometimes referred to as Crack Tennies.

It can also relate to a place where Heroin is sold to symbolize the fact that once you take Heroin you can never leave: a reference to the addictive nature of the drug. Others claim that the shoes so thrown commemorate a gang-related murder, or the death of a gang member, or as a way of marking gang turf.

Read the whole thing here

Kommentarer

The sky looks wonder.
07.08.2016
Betty sa:
Great capturing looks awesome .
03.08.2016
Jørgen S sa:
Yes you did. I think there is one more from very early on when we started this blog. I have more shoefiti shots, but so far they are not published here ;)
18.02.2009
David BL ( http://pixeldope.dk ) sa:
I found one :) Love the word Shoefiti!
18.02.2009
Jørgen Stensrud sa:
Nope, disse henger like ved det som snart blir mitt nye hjem på Haugerud. Henger et par rett ved siden av også :)
07.09.2008
Inge sa:
Er det de som hang i San Fransisco, Jørgen? Kult bilde! Jeg liker skyene.
07.09.2008
erik s sa:
litt av en historie! Kult bilde også!
06.09.2008
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