Wednesday, July 10, 2013

52 Photos Project: I Went for a Walk

A few days ago, I had to make a run
to Seattle to get copies of a court document.

I arrived early and it was a beautiful day,
so I went for a walk,
like the bear who went over the mountain,
to see what I could see.

This is what I found. . .

Birds, singing their song.

(the goldfinch is the Washington State bird)

Bees flitting around flowers.

Regal Bears and Grazing Bison,
totally oblivious to Mount Rainier
in the background.

All these critters, right in the middle of the city.

Who knew?

These great images were all publicly-sponsored street art
on the walls surrounding a construction site next to 
the downtown bus tunnel.

Unfortunately, this marvelous artist wasn't identified
and I don't recognize his or her style,
so I can't give proper attribution.


Norma Ruttan said...

how marvelous to find this in the city!

Kat Mortensen said...

Wow! Those are wild images! I thought you were somehow manipulating photos yourself with a "pencil-sketch" tool (until I got to the bear).

I hope you'll visit my new blog, Meri. I can be found here:

Lynne Wilson said...

Great shots and a great post. Thanks for sharing Meri!

Cheryl said...

The art work is fantastic and fun. I did not know the state bird. Thanks for enlightening me. said...

Love the bright colours, but especially the bear who looks so friendly!

maxipix said...

What a pleasant way to spend some spare time. These are a lovely document of some very clever art work

Gotham Girl said...

Great captures! Love when a city appreciates street art!

Swami Zoe said...

Great photos! I used to live in Seattle. Thanks for visiting my Mama's photo blog:

Prairie Jill said...

Wonderful street art! I love the bright colours and all the critters!

Gallery Juana said...

Love the art work and knowing how you found it makes it an even greater find!

visiting from 52 photos

Linda W. said...

Love these beautiful, colorful murals you've captured. Thanks for sharing.

Miriam said...

These are absolutely wonderful. I love to see something like this in the town or city, thanks for sharing. What a shame we don't know the artist. Visiting from P52

Bella said...

Gorgeous finds, Meri! Thank you for sharing.