Monday, June 27, 2016

Street Art: Grounds for Talent

You don’t necessarily need fancy qualifications or expensive equipment to get started. What is required is talent. All around the world artists are at work, saying what they want to say on their own terms. And the talent shines. I've always been fascinated by street and building art so I usually manage to find something that catches my eye and believe me this did. I couldn't find the artist but whoever they are, I applaud their unique talent. I think you will find it fascinating too. I just love the way he/she worked it with the background trees too.

Yesterday I went to the movies with my sister Phyllis to see the new movie "Independence Day", I'm sorry to say it was a disappoint for the two of us as we loved the first one. Hard to believe that was 20 years ago. I won't say why we were disappointed as you might want to see it for yourself. It's a shame that a lot of second versions of movies don't live up to the hype. Ah well.

Wednesday is my Erie Canal trip and I hope to take photos for you to see. Now lets hope the weather cooperates. So until next time be blessed my friends.


  1. Street art can be exciting! It is interesting how the trees are used.
    Your Erie trip sounds wonderful. Enjoy yourself. I will look forward to seeing the photos.

    1. Thanks Annie I will enjoy and take photos. :)

  2. I love street art as well! Every time we visit our son and his family in Fl., we make sure to attend the local street fairs where this wonderful talent is displayed! I hope uoumare having a wonderful time on your Erie trip!


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