February 27, 2017

Randoms as the Shortest Month Ends

I'm using the Random-osity format today and linking to some favorite Monday memes. None of these pictures has a "February" look because this has been the warmest February ever.

The Good: A visit to Luray a week ago provided me with plenty of photo opportunities including several murals. This one is at Ruffner Plaza near Hawksbill Greenway.  The second view gives you a closer look at the middle section of the mural.
Sharing with Monday Murals
The Random: This fine barn is just outside downtown Luray. 
Sharing with The Barn Collective
The Fun: I saw a girl doing cartwheels at Dickey Ridge Overlook, Skyline Drive. Obviously her companions were in a position to get better pictures but I enjoyed her spirit and skill.

Sharing with Mosaic Monday

15 comments:

  1. Linda, I like your pristine red barn. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  2. Pretty barn, and I like the mural, too!

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  3. I always enjoy seeing the murals that you discover as they're not very common in this part of France.
    Great to have you join me for MM again this week.

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  4. The mural photos you post are always so interesting to me. I like this unique form of art that lets people express themselves.

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  5. That is a nice looking barn...it reminds me of one I pass fairly often.

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  6. Belas fotografias...Espectacular....
    Cumprimentos

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  7. Your mural is sweet. Has kind of a watercolor look to it. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  8. Fun shots! I never can get good candid people photos like you did of the cartwheeling girl. I want to say I'm glad it has been warm for you, because I hate being cold, but I suppose that a warm February where it is supposed to be cold is not really good news in the long run. Sigh.

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  9. What a great mural.
    Fun shots too in your collage/mosaic

    All the best Jan

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  10. We also had a very warm February You got some great pictures.

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