Sharing my Lowcountry adventures, one day at a time!
Looks like we are on the same wave length with reviewing the 70's etc. What great pictures. They sure take you right back in time, don't they?Thank you for leaving that wonderful comment on my blog yesterday. I love and remember all of those things. I couldn't reply to you directly because you are a No Reply blogger. Not sure if you know that, or not. xo Diana
I've seen a few in my travels but not this many. I love the boom box with the little pair of sneakers hanging on the line! And the colors of the '70s of course! Enjoy your week! Hugs!
Wow, I love all the cool murals. Looks like a fun place to visit.. Have a happy day and week ahead!
There are some talented and creative artists that pain in that alley. I thought Dirty Harry holding a hair blower was funny.Thank for linking to Mosaic Monday Debbi.
Wow, what awesome artwork. Such talent- I can barely draw a recognizable stick man... Thanks for sharing these lovely murals with us.
Debbi, this is so much like the "Living Walls" in Cabbagetown that I posted about! You asked where Cabbagtetown was located - it's in Atlanta, and it butts up to the Oakland Cemetery, sandwiched between Memorial Dr. SE and Dekalb Ave. NE. It's one block north of I-20. Your murals are lovely and very much with the 70s feel!!
I love street art. We are starting to get some street art in our city. It really brightens up and shady places Have a great week and thank you for stopping by my blog.