December 14, 2015

Mid-December Random-osity


The Good:
Front Royal has a new restaurant and it has murals! The location on Commerce Street used to be a used car lot. I haven't eaten here; I photographed it for Monday Murals


The Random: Here's a small tree that reminded me of a Christmas Tree. It's at an overlook on Skyline Drive.


I'll share the tree with NF Trees and Bushes when the linkup opens tomorrow.

The Fun: This lovely child was enjoying sitting in the little car and exploring it's features. Ding dong!

Postscript: I learned that the mural artist is Lisa Kosloski. (Warren County Report, Mid-Frb. 2016)

16 comments:

  1. Don't you love it when advertisers commission artists to help them promote their businesses? Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  2. Love that old campy style building.

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  3. Very cool murals Linda and with a few baubles that would be the perfect Christmas tree :) Sweet little face in the last shot!

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  4. The view from that outlook is amazing!

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  5. That's an eye-catching mural. The view beyond the Christmas tree is lovely, and the little girl in the car is a cutie. I enjoyed these. :)

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  6. I enlarged the view of the mural and it is quite nicely done!

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  7. Sweet little one! Great tree! Hope the new restaurant has good food....then it will be around a while.

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  8. The glass of wine n that mural looks like you could dive right n and go for a swim! That would be some spa therapy ;)))! Fun to see a little girl interested in how things work! Yay!

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  9. That mural is so fun - now that view, that is something else!

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  10. The view with the tree is just gorgeous!

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  11. i love the skyline drive any time of the year. it is gorgeous no matter what. a perfect area of VA. ( :

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  12. wow, that tree must be one of a kind. Love the cool shape. It seems like it did not know what direction to grow :)

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