Target Practice

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Corsica,  May 2016

Bullet-ridden road signs form a common part of navigation around Corsica.  Those fighting for the independence of Corsica are keen to damage signs written in French as opposed to Corsican: many of the bilingual signs have the French name erased.

But the bullet riddling is wider spread than the spray paint removal of names, and may be as much a form of target practice as political statement.

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aDSC_0636_ppCopyright Debbie Smyth, 17 November 2016

 

Part of Cee’s Which Way?

 

 

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