On Ahmad Bin Hanbal Street, close to where it connects to Prince Muhammad, there is a set of stairs leading upward. Because Amman is built on a number of hills, stairs like this are many (although not all of them are painted).
below: A busy group of people, climbing ladders, filming, talking to the cameraman, constructing, walking, etc.
below: A long ribbon of colours flow from her backpack.
below: Leaves made of multicoloured spirals
below: A question mark on his forehead. Also, a view of one of the hillsides in central Amman.
below: A man throwing and two running. The man is throwing a bouquet of flowers and it is a small copy of a Banksy, “Flower Thrower” Jerusalem 2003. In the original, the flowers are in colour.
below: Another ortaku woman’s head, this time on Strada Ing. Traian Vuia, and she has company – a fish, a book and a man’s head stenciled along with some words. .. “Transparenta tine de foame” which translates to “transparency is hungry” . I suspect that this is political but I don’t know enough about Romania to know who the man is.
below: I wish I knew what the signature was. Anyone?
below: And the last one is more like a mural… I suspect that it’s on a library wall.