November 15, 2021

Waterway Collages

Let's start with two views of the North Fork of the Shenandoah at Lupton Road Bridge.


Our second grouping shows paintings I saw on the exterior of a building in Montross, a town in Westmoreland County. 

Also in Montross is a mural welcoming visitors to town and introducing some local features. 

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15 comments:

  1. Well check you out! So this is near your home, thought you were on vacation or something. How nice you're close by. We have a few things where I live like the Fox River, but I don't get out much like I use too! I'm on a cane now due to a bad leg and back. A real bummer. So take more pics for me if you're out and about I'd love to see more of your town. Have a great day!

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  2. Beautiful scenery and murals - I love public art and murals are one of my favorite ways to brighten a town.

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  3. Hello,
    Beautiful views of the river. The murals have lovely scenes. Take care, have a happy day!

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  4. A peaceful river, at least at present. I like the murals.

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  5. Nice historical mural. Thanks for participating in Monday Murals Linda.

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  7. That mural is the best kind (in my humble opinion); I love that the pretty painting actually teaches us something about the history of the area and the people.

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  8. The river is so beautiful there and I love the murals! Enjoy your week!

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  9. Love your two river photographs, it looks so peaceful.
    Nice to see the mural too.

    All the best Jan

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  10. A lovely mural, Linda! Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday!

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  11. I'm very late visiting, and not even sure you will see this comment. Your historical mural is stunning, Linda.

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  12. I love finding murals, don't you? (Obviously you do too!)

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