Today’s post is a colorful one. When exploring Grand Avenue in Phoenix, we found this wall surrounding a parking lot, and it was covered by a really cool mural. Now, I’m not sure where graffiti crosses the line to mural or vice-versa, but this one didn’t seem to have been created by kids on skateboards. Today’s shot reveals only a small portion of the entire scene, but I’ll post more later.
I really liked this particular section, because it seemed to have some humor to it. It was in a corner where trash and debris had collected. The mural seemed to be expressing disgust at the trash lying just below it. (This one also says a lot about how I feel about Mondays!!) 🙂
This is an HDR created from three bracketed shots (-2.0/0.0/+2.0), processed in Photomatix v4. Post-processing was done in Topaz Adjust / DeNoise, and Paintshop Photo Pro X3.
Very cleaver use of found objects, Zann.
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