March 25, 2019

Colorful Commerce Street, Culpeper.


Another photographer tipped me off about a series of murals near the Visitors Center in Culpeper. Since I already had a trip there on my to-do list, I drove down and found them.

They are behind St. Stephen's Episcopal Church along a parking lot wall. I was surprised by how many there were.

The church has a building next to this where, among other things, volunteers distribute food to people in need.

Monday Murals and Mosaic Monday.

18 comments:

  1. Linda - how nice to get a tip from a fellow photographer! Super job with the collage of the murals. Thanks for linking up to Mosaic Monday!

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  2. Great find Linda and a great variety of murals. Thanks for contributing. My favourite would be the one with the peacock.

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  3. That's a great parking lot wall full of murals!
    Happy Tuesday!
    Wren x

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  4. ...Linda, you found the Mother Lode.

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  5. Impressive that you go out in search of murals. I mostly keep an eye out while driving in unfamiliar places. These are really worth finding.

    best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  6. These are a real find...though obviously the cars were a bit of a problem in photographing them. Thanks so much for crawling around the cars to capture the art.

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  7. Happy MosaicMonday! Wonderful captures.

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  8. There is a lot of things happening in this series of murals. I love all the animals.

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  9. I remember driving in Nova Scotia, it is really flat near the coast. You could tell when you were coming to a village or town because the steeple stuck up above the green fields and brush. - Margy

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  10. an amazing find, was this all the same artist? Like them all

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  11. Those are real pretty murals Linda, thanks for sharing them.

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  12. Lots of color and life. That's great how folks are into creating murals.

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  13. Very skilful murals! Wishing you a nice week.

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  14. Outstanding paintings that you captured beautifully!

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  15. These are awesome. So colorful!

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  16. Lovely murals! Amazing to see so many together like that.

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