Thursday, October 18, 2018

Street Art Thursday


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  1. The street art is so very clever. Thank you.

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  2. Love these very imaginative and clever pieces. Hugs, Valerie

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  3. They are imaginative and clever indeed.
    Hugs received and returned.

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  4. One happy looking gator. Watch where you step, ouch haha

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  5. Someone was into sprawling reptiles. The skeleton is really clever though.

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  6. The sewer grate skeleton is so clever.

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  7. Great ones, especially the skeleton. Very clever.

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  8. Always a good post thanks for sharing Sandra.

    Yvonne.

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  9. Always so funny to see, I love this art show

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  10. Hi Sandra - perfect skeleton ... love it - cheers Hilary

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    1. The skeleton seems to be the pick of the litter:)

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  11. a pink skeleton-looks good and inventive. That Crocodile looks so lifelike and scary that I would be hesitant in opening that door. Love the lizard in the last one-look at that detail!

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    1. The lizard does have a lot of detail to it, doesn't it, Birgit.
      Yup, wouldn't want to put my foot in an alligator's mouth. Heh.

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    1. Those artists are always thinking aren't they, Adam.

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  13. not a big reptile fan but these are really good !!!!!! enjoy the weekend ~~~~~ ☺☺♥♥

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  14. Wow spooky (sort of) pink skeleton.
    I love the reptiles, they are amazing.

    Another great Street Art Thursday post Sandra, thanks.

    All the best Jan

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    1. My pleasure, Jan. The artists are unbelievably talented aren't they?

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  15. How do these artists come up with these ideas?! So gifted.

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    1. Seriously. I wouldn't mind tapping into a little of that myself.

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  16. Clever use of architecture. Sorry I am not feeling well, so this is a short note to appreciate these.

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    1. I am so sorry to hear you aren't well, Elizabeth:(

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  17. These are freaky and very clever!! I just hope, when they are finished, that these amazing pieces of art, are taken care of, so they can last a long time! Big Hugs Sandra!

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