Defining Treasure

Concertina razor wire on a fence in the city. Not very welcoming... is it?

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keep out or keep in

bladed concertina warns

defining treasure

‘protected by razor wire’

welcome words need not apply

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23 thoughts on “Defining Treasure”

    1. Thank you very much, Mike. I saw it coiled around the roof of a Tesco Express today and wondered just what was so worth that level of protection. That, perhaps naturally enough, took me to other barriers. Our sensibilities are asquiff, I feel, when blades of security are ever acceptable. Many thanks again for such a positive comment.

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  1. I know a few places might have wished they had that protection when I was a child, we did like to climb and explore places we should not have been. 🙂
    It’s so ugly for this day and age. Surely there was another way to protect their premises?

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    1. Exactly so, Bernadette. The visual representation of, ‘unwelcome, not wanted, stay out, we’re protecting something more worthwhile than you’, screamed at me today with this wire around the roof of a shop. As if words are necessary when we put up barriers – they say it all.

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  2. I was sad that this looks like a barricade, a prison wall topping not a company. This is not very nice for marketing nor advertising product. This was very interesting post, Anne-Marie. I will need to use your name when you visit me! Thank you. Have a wonderful weekend! 🙂

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