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Nice piece of work there, and a great post.
I live it, it sure beats graffiti.A collard festival, huh?!I enjoyed Wifeswap, what did you think of it? I'm thinking if that was an accurate portrayal of their son, which it probably wasn't, he needs a little "laying on of hands"! LOL
I love murals, just love them. We have lots in Santa Cruz [about 20 miles away] and they just transport me. I think if I had a wall rather than a wooden fence, I'd be tempted to do likewise, although probably not at artistically.Cheers
that looks like one of the murals that are painted in roanoke rapids. there are like 5 or 6 there.
I LOVE murals, too! I had a muralist friend a long time ago and was fascinated by his ability to translate a desk-sized sketch into a bigger than life scale. Long live muralists for bringing us eye treats!
Ann,I love murals on buildings. I think it gives them character, especially old building with scenes from their original era. Thanks for sharing. I'm glad you enjoyed Yates Castle. Blessings for a great week.Mary
That is very nice, we use to have a painting on a building down town, showing various thing going and I will be darn they painted over it.
Nice mural! Beats the old chewing tobacco ads I remember on buildings and barns years ago. It's also interesting to see that the local festivals in small towns are still going on.
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