This was taken at Woodland Park in Kalispell, Montana. These ruins sit on a hill overlooking the park. Nobody knows what they used to be, but they have been utilized as a modern canvas for unknown artists.
I’m entering this in The Next Generation’s History challenge in the Preserving History group. The strange habit this, and the past couple, generations have of leaving their art on everything they find makes an interesting commentary on our culture. This isn’t completely unique to the 20th and 21st centuries though. Graffiti has been found in the ruins of Pompei and other historic places around the world.
3/18/10 – Featured in THE WORLD AS WE SEE IT, OR MISSED IT group.
4TH PLACE in the Graffiti challenge in The World As We See It group.
Another photo of Woodland Park can be seen below: