I will have to show it in it's color glory sometime~After 2 years it still looks great, probably because it is sheilded in an alley between buildings.
We have many Murals as well, in Oregon City, that I now will take another look at for B/W.
Please do visit others Monochrome shots from around the world! Thanks so much for the fun Aileni~Monochrome Maniac
Love the mural, looks great in B&W. Raining here today, boo-hoo, no horsey fun! :-(ReplyDelete
A very fine work, something different from the usual.ReplyDelete
Jane well, I am off to ride rain or not! just got too..it has been days and the mare will be Woo Hoo!ReplyDelete
Aileni yes, it was different to see that ther, as most older towns around here have the founding people or scenes of the way things "used" to be and look!
Not an unusual subject for me here!
What a great mural!ReplyDelete
It looks pretty in black and white! It's weird - I can never imagine b&w in colour..ReplyDelete
Thanks for your comment earlier - I'm afraid the writing under the giraffes is disappointly vague:
"Giraffes! - a People
Who live between the earth and skies/Each in his own religious steeple/Keeping a lighthouse with his eyes"
Not sure if I like all that much..
Lovely idea for a mural and a mono image.ReplyDelete
What a great mural. I may have to drive down and take a look at it myself.ReplyDelete
What phenomenal detail in this mural! Good thing it's not in a large urban center... somebody would have tagged it by now. Or maybe not... maybe there are some things even taggers respect. Great shot of it anyway!ReplyDelete
Wonderful art...if only I could do as well.ReplyDelete
Did you ride? It turned cold, rainy and the wind was really blowing! Gilly was running back and forth in the field and acting really nervous. Our electric was off and on numerous times today. Would definitely NOT been a good day to ride!ReplyDelete
Nice mural. Great subject for mono.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous Monochrome capture, Kacy-kins?ReplyDelete
How did you find it? What a fun discovery!
A different look indeed. I like it a lot.ReplyDelete
I like the way the brickwork shows through, making it clear that this is a mural.ReplyDelete
Great shot! It will be lovely in colour too me thinks.ReplyDelete
Oh...that is lovely. I think it's really cool when towns have murals on their buildings...ReplyDelete
The mural is amazing. Davenport did indeed have an Arabian Quest. I looked at the mural and thought it would cool if it was a book telling about that quest.ReplyDelete
The mural is great in B&W! Amazing that it's still in good shape.ReplyDelete
That mural is beautiful I can't think it would look any better in color. The B & W just seems to fit.ReplyDelete
Graffiti with style! Nice pic.ReplyDelete
A great looking mural and contribution to Monochrome Monday.ReplyDelete
Kacy, the BIG G slide show is now on my blog at the bottom; what do ya think???ReplyDelete
Ooooohhhh....Crabbet Arab's!!! My favorite! :)ReplyDelete
It looks nice in black and white - like a pen and ink drawing.ReplyDelete
Wow, I have a lot of catching up to do now! I missed about two weeks of your blog.
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