The runner up post from my recent poll fits in nicely with this week’s photo challenge: on the way. I’d never been to Austin, Texas before and found our brief trip a bit of a tease. Try to imagine my increasing awe and fascination at the extent and variety of street art we came across, while conscious of our shared desire to arrive promptly for a timed slot later that day.
Master recycler, Elmer Long, has created a Bottle Tree Ranch in Oro Grande, on the famous Route 66.
It’s hard to explain why one particular work of art immediately appeals to you, while another doesn’t. It’s often an instinctive, love-at-first-sight for me – something that defies reason. Continue reading “Art in the garden: wooden head”
I’m instinctively drawn to the creative districts of cities I visit. Places where the community can still somehow support one of those long, dim shops selling art materials and postcards. Continue reading “Street Art in St Pete’s”