Silent Sunday:30/04/2017



  1. This made me say an involuntary “Oooh. I love it.” That’s my top accolade. I love the colour and the worn-ness and the fact that you spotted it.

    • Sue

      Yippee, keep up those accolades, Meg! I was on the lookout for street art during my few hours in Havana, but didn’t see much, almost missed this one (it was actually a tad more faded than this, but I thought ‘bring out those colours!’)

  2. Love this painting and the way you captured the image! Just awesome!

  3. That’s a nice shot, and worked very well. I hope they repainted the mural, I am sure it would have looked good.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. I love it as well, Sue. It’s an artistic shot of art. 🙂


  5. wonderful colors, Sue

  6. It almost looks ancient.

  7. wow. this is amazing.

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