Monday, December 28, 2009


Anyone remembering Denmark in the seventies and early eighties must be familiar with this silly figure and the odd word "ÖRVA" (a Swedish "Ö" was always used instead of the Danish "Ø") This "tag" could be found in many places back then, which was long before even the ealyest grafitti pieces began to appear in Denmark. I haven't seen an "ÖRVA" for years until I spotted this one in a remote part of Jyllinge, the small town out in the country where I grew up.

Panzer Sdkfz 234/1
The sad remains of this recon 8-wheeler. Most likely the tires and other parts were removed by local scavengers long after the end of hostilities.

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