Friday, June 03, 2011

Welcome to the Nature Park

Nicked, Burned, Dumped

Welcome to the Nature Park

I guess I should start a new Please Remove This Vehicle Campaign as the last one I did worked out fine, although it took quite some time. A little over a week ago three cars burned in Handen. Two of them at a parking lot at Tuvvägen. And on the same night this car (along with a moped), was nicked, dumped and burned at a popular path in the nature park Slätmossen, a park I often visit. I contacted the municipality and got a quick responce from a journalist working there. He informed the new landscape architect about this (the previous architect has retired, but when I visited the park yesterday, the car wreck was still there in the middle of the path, but the moped was gone!

16 comments:

Olivier said...

beau reportage photo, mais ca fait peur

CaT said...

i do like the picture.. but yes, now they can remove it! too bad such things happen..

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Really cool, I like it !

RedPat said...

That's disturbing!

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Interesting landscaping technique. Hope your campaign is successful.

Darryl and Ruth : )

Jack said...

Burning cars? It is an expensive hobby.

Bob Crowe said...

Dust thou art, and to dust thou shalt return.

Steffe said...

It happens every summer. The 2011 season got under way a couple of weekends ago when someone torched thirty cars parked at the Skogås commuter station.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

What is the matter with people, are they all going nuts!! such a beautiful park used as a dumping ground!

Kitty said...

that's a shame. I hope they do something about these relics. yeesh.

sweffling said...

What irony! But well done you.

VP said...

We would need a blog only for these abandoned thing, there are too many around here and nobody seems to care.

tog_girl said...

wow. awesome location not so much for a national park.

Steffe said...

It's not a national park, just a park. But the National Park Tyresta is only a couple of kilometres away.

Karl said...

Autsch...

Jacob said...

What a shame! And what a mess! This kind of thing happens also in our Ocala National Forest...

Re your comment about picking up after horses...that would be a good job for the politicians...nobody knows how to spread horseshit better than they do! :-)