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    • Even with a wide angle lens I found it difficult to capture some of the murals. This one, also untitled and created by CPWon is on the side of a building close to the ground - in a very narrow alley.

    • Sometimes it's possible to capture two at once - but that doesn't happen too often. These are Catwitch by Okuda (left), and Untitled by Belin (right).

    • Here's the finished mural, Love Child by Chor Boogie. Yes, the colors are a little faded - the photo in the previous post was taken in 2017, this one was taken in 2018.

    • What a great set of images, art work, or murals - really great, Denise!

      I have spent many an afternoon chasing grafitti and petroglyphs and pictographs in many vairied locations - so I really do enjoy these images you have posted! 👍

    • Thanks Richard! I wish they were right here... Salem isn't far but it's about a half hour drive. I always mean to visit more often but that doesn't always happen. I'm ready for another wander through the walls once Halloween is over!

    • I visited Philadelphia a few months ago and happened to learn they have an amazing collection of murals in the city, along with a non-profit organization that is dedicated to their preservation and the dissemination of educational materials about them. Pretty cool!

      <Seems to me this thread could be labeled with the “Urban Art” category, too?>

    • Thanks for the tip about Philadelphia - I'll have to look into that because my mother and sister live outside of Philly. That gives me another set of wandering destinations!

      Thanks for the tip about the "Urban Art" category, I've added that to this topic!