Monday, January 14, 2008

Hole in the wall

These days Hole in the wall usually means a cash point, dispenser, ATM, or whatever one calls the little boxes that gives you money if you have the right sort of card. We call them minibanks, but each to his own.

This one didn't give me much, though.

14 comments:

Nessa said...

Maybe someone is living in there.

evlahos said...

Another one beautiful and geometrical shot. wonderful shapes. But I think, my wallet has a hole like this. I put money inside and I can never found it....

About your comment "I wonder about those 15 in Ágios Nektários, though..." I'm not sure that I understand it. If you will like to explain to me...

roentarre said...

Very high tech for an ATM!

dot said...

I wouldn't stick my hand in there for love or money! lol

Oswegan said...

Don't reach your arm in there.

~Oswegan

Dick said...

Maybe you didn't try enough?

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kostas said...

It needs boldness and good eye you will face a such subject, I believe that him you accomplished with big success.
... not faculty, fear, awe, or unknown is hidden behind each hole in each wall.
It would be supposed him you dress with the homonym music of Pink Floyd?
Because the greys are one from the colours that I love, him I find very good your photograph.
It contains big range of nuances of grey.

Sharon said...

Both of these wall pictures are interesting. Are they the same wall? Is it old?

photowannabe said...

As empty as my wallet. Looks like a good solid "bank".

ArneA said...

Did not know you have been in Wyoming

DigitalShutterMania said...

I love this ATM. I think we need one in Thailand ; )

Lara said...

hehehe, funny post! we have a saying in Romanian: one can make money come even from plain rock... (that means one has a good eye for business)

Suzi-k said...

.....except a great shot!