January 29, 2013 By Harold Green in Architecture, Argentina, Art, Artists, Candid, COUNTRY, GENRE, Lyric Essay, People, Photography, Photojournalism, Still Life, Street Life, Urban, Writing Accompaniment Tags: art, artist, Buenos Aires, graffiti, photography, short story, South America, travel, wall mural, writer, writing
The giant, ugly cockroach slowly and quietly crawled up the tall wall.
Six hairy legs sensitively touched the pebbled concrete.
The weaving antennae gave the insect an extra sense of smell.
His compound eyes watched me from behind his body.
The bloated abdomen dragged on the painted surface.
The cockroach on the wall
Logo for an art gallery.
Only in Buenos Aires!