Tuesday, 12 June 2012


This used to be a little kiosk, and there used to be many kiosks like this around town. Kiosks have pretty much all disappeared as they could not compete with the big shops.
Now this one is just a canvas for graffiti and stands in an area where taxi drivers often park while waiting for jobs.

I see that in many other countries, little kiosks like this manage to survive.

6 comments:

Robert Geiss said...

Only today there was a reportage, that about two close ... every day, over here.

Thoughtful mean to measure time and life. Please have a kind Wednesday.

Michelle said...

Only profitable in really large cities. No kiosks here in my small town.

Lois Evensen said...

Interesting. It depends on product and customers. It's tough just about everywhere now.

Jack said...

It is harder and harder for little guys to make ends meet.

Halcyon said...

It's too bad. I'm sure places like this are convenient when you need something quick!

robert duran said...

Yes, it’s just about everywhere now .Mostly creative photo kiosk are found on shopping mall and department store where most people go out. This gadget is high tech one which allows us to take and print photos at faster and convenient way. Moreover it is a touch screen one which users find it easy to use and therefore a friendly user one.