Sunday, April 12, 2015
Kids' Mural, 1978
I am immersed in a photography project today -- making a book of some of my favorite travel pictures, past and present -- so I'm going to leave you with a mostly pictorial post.
On my walk to work each day I pass a mural painted by children on the Abbey Road bridge, over the train tracks. It's a fanciful creation filled with animals and various characters. Cat and butterfly, anyone?
At least the crowds are all smiling.
Hmmm...did Charles Schulz get royalties?
Apparently this artwork has been around for a long time! I'm amazed it's lasted more than 35 years. Maybe it's been refreshed once or twice?
The circus animals look even more caged due to the pedestrian safety railing separating the sidewalk from the street.
There's an elephant in the room!