September 14, 2015

Mosaic in Wardensville


This mosaic decorates a building in Wardensville, West Virginia. I'm sharing it with Mosaic Monday.

Most contributions to this linky are compositions made up of assorted images arranged together, so I've got one of those too. These are all scenes from the town of Wardensville.


By the way, Wardensville and Moorefield participate in Heritage Weekend coming up soon. We've been several times and I recommend it.

8 comments:

  1. Hello, neat mosaic and lovely images. The Heritage Weekend sounds like a fun time. Have a happy Tuesday!

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  2. What a fun twist on the mosaic theme - to show a photo of a mosaic. Looks like your town has some great events.

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  3. Like the mosaic ... and your mosaic too, especially the tree by the water - just lovely.

    All the best Jan

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  4. Nice picture of the mosaic. Will have to check out distance from wardensville and Ballard where I will be visiting my daughter for the heritage weekend.

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  5. One of the reasons I love mosaics is the creative ability to put several things together for viewing at once. A nice overview of Wardensville.
    Thank you for linking to Mosaic Monday.

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  6. That first one is so colorful. I believe it's a (Clown?)
    Nice looking town. I found the Chicken in the mosaic/collage very fun.

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  7. Nice mosaics. That makes for interesting art on that building.

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