Saturday, July 24, 2010

Garage Mural

Not a Banjo, Not a Guitar, Not a Dulcimer

A garage painted by local muralist Amanda Lynn (not a guitar or a banjo) enjoys some leafy shade in the middle of a summer day. Must be Shadow Shot Sunday, for me, for Amanda Lynn and for all these talented people around the world.

11 comments:

Sylvia K said...

What a delightful and different shadow shot for the day! I love it! Very colorful! Hope you have a great weekend!

Sylvia

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anka said...

The garage art is great and the shadows make it even more appealing. It looks like they were meant to make art together, the graffiti and the shadows.

Ralph said...

Were i to visit, I would know that I arrived when I saw this! In a neighborhood where the architecture is much the same - customization by art and color works well. This is quite a find!

BLOGitse said...

That kind of doors I like! :)

BLOGitsePHOTOS

Tom Hilton said...

Hall of Fame!
;-)

Excllent shot, as usual.

Hey Harriet said...

That's the coolest garage door I've ever seen! What a fab find!

Cassie said...

What a neat pop artsy garage door...AND ShadowShot!! Is this in your neighborhood?

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

What a great idea for the garage door, and the sghadow shot is perfect.

Sweet Repose said...

How cool is that...you've given me food for thought on the boring garage door of my new garage/studio...hmmm...

Generik said...

Thanks all. That particular garage door is not in my neighborhood, its a few miles away in the Mission District. I'm a fan of the muralist, who has a lot of works all over various parts of the city. And I loved the shadows from the trees out front here.