Some Fantastic Walls…well, maybe not

WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is Wall, and over at her blog Ailsa has challenged us to find something Fantastic for her Travel Theme.

Here are three walls, displaying fantasy worlds or fantastical images, as seen in London’s East End.

I rendered this first one inadvertently more fantastic, as I didn’t pay attention to the man with 4 legs!!:

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  1. Since you pointed out the 4legged man, that was perfect timing. 🙂

  2. Man with four legs wow 😀 Great finds though thanks for sharing !

  3. Suzanne

    definitely fantastic. The four legged man is an extra bonus. I love the painting behind him – particularly the figures in the boat.

  4. Absolutely fantastic…

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  6. Clever you, Sue – fantastic!

  7. Wonderful walls, exciting artistry, but somehow just a little creepy — or at least the last one was. Fantastic photos for the challenge!

  8. Excellent! And love the 4-legged man

  9. Love the street art and the 4 legged man!

  10. You do find some of the most interesting wall/street art Sue, love them…

  11. Definitely Charon ferrying souls across the River Styx…
    Great wall art Sue, I used to like to see this quality work in London. Thanks for being there!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  12. Great finds, Sue. That last one really made me laugh. 🙂

  13. Oh my … now this is something we never see here in Italy … or at least the part of Italy I live in … breath-taking!

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  15. they are fantastic!!! what wonderful imagination goes into them!! Great shots!

  16. Hahaha! 😀 Great post Sue! I wouldn’t wonder if there will be a graffiti of a four-legged man made there in the next days!

  17. Lovely! The four legged man enhances the fantasy! 🙂

  18. The varied expressions of street art give us a smile to brighten our grey cities.

  19. These are all great images – and add depth to the series you did during the eworkshop with me. I like!

  20. I guess we’re quits! I missed this one too 🙂 🙂

  21. Great shots Sue, the last one a true zinger with so much life in it!

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