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Friday, 6 February 2015

Memorial


Seeing colourful ribbons once was about a joyful occasion, seeing them now especially in a public place indicates a tragedy.  A young man lost his life here.

6 comments:

Sukhmeet Singh said...

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Sharon Anck said...

I've noticed that here too.

William Kendall said...

Here the practice tends to often be ghost bikes. Unfortunately they become visual clutter, and can be quite distracting.

Stefan Jansson said...

Thanks for giving me a big laugh on my blog today.

Gunn said...

I am afraid that these colourful ribbons would not have made me aware of a tragedy ......

Perhaps it is just very different the way we do things from one country to another.
In Norway we leave candles, little notes on cards plus flowers.

The loss and the tragedy is awful no matter where it happens.

Jack said...

This is sad. I have never seen ribbons to mark the place where someone died. More commonly over here are crosses with flowers.

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