February 19, 2018

The View from Tannery Road.

Luray, Virginia.

These pictures have been languishing in my files for a year. I am bringing them out in order to participate in Monday Murals, now hosted by Sami. This long mural is on the side of a steel building that's part of an auto body shop. Let's move in a little closer. 



The building is near an old factory that was converted to an antiques store. From that side of the complex there's a lane that passes a pretty farm and old manor house.

Sharing with Mosaic Monday and the Barn Collective.

11 comments:

  1. ...lovely barn along the tree lined lane. Thanks Linda for sharing.

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  2. In Australia they call that type of steel building a "shed". I like the huge mural. Thanks for participating Linda.

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  3. I always enjoy seeing the murals that you discover on your travels and often wonder why the area has so many?
    Have a wonderful week.

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    1. The town of Luray has a beautification group that has sponsored many murals over the years. Now an art group in Strasburg is doing this too.

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  4. Wow! That's quite a mural. I love all the cool old buildings you photograph!

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  5. A great looking series of fine pictures.

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  6. Those murals are very bright and detailed. The corrugated walls give an interesting texture.

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  7. That mural made me dizzy, with all those vertical lines. Love the last shot.

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  8. I like the pretty colors of the mural. Neat photo of the red barn too.

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  9. The barn with the trees along the lane is classic Americana! Love it!

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