January 13, 2020

Purcellville Random-osity



The Good: There's a fine "Welcome to Purcellville" mural on the corner where we used to turn to go to my sister's house. It was painted in 2017 by graphic designer Addie Moore. You can see it from Main Street on the corner of 20th Street.

This is in Loudoun County,
Monday Murals.
The Random: I put some Purcellville street scenes in a collage. The house inside the heart was where my sister lived before she moved to Kentucky. 


The Fun: We had good times visiting Peggy and her family there. 


Mosaic Monday.


13 comments:

  1. Nice mural Linda. There was another letters mural from Savannah. Thanks for participating.

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  2. Hello, pretty mural for the town. Great family photos. Enjoy your day, wishing you a great new week ahead!

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  3. The “letters”murals that echo the style of old postcards are a very nice idea. I’ve seen others like that as well. Nice find!

    best...... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  4. ...these postcard murals are GREAT!

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  5. Lovely photos and mosaics. Have a nice week

    Much­čô╣love

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  6. Good to see more family photos, and as always, I love the mural! Glad the artist is also given credit!

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  7. Yes, I do love History and the many places up here in PA it has to offer. PA has so much History to see, as well as other States. I have been in the Shenandoah Valley a number of time. Not real far from me. The Shenandoah Valley is a very pretty area. Always was.

    Les Barr

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  8. That's a very nice mural, I like it. Nice mosaics!

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  9. What a pretty mural! Nice family photos.

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  10. I love the mural! What a nice visit!

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  11. Linda - Kentucky seems a long way from your neck of the woods... Glad you have some fun photos to remember happy family times! Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday!

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  12. It does look like you had fun! Look at those happy faces! Love your post and the mosaics you made! Enjoy your week!

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