In Barcelona, Spain.
Waiting to cross the street while making our way to the Picasso Museum, I caught this busy slice of Barca grit. In a previous post, I remarked on how the city’s graffitists never seem to spray on the actual walls of the buildings, keeping the artwork to the slats that cover the windows or doors when the street-side shops close up for the day. In the shot, you also see some graffiti on the utility box as well. But still not on the stone, clearly off limits.