I'm joining with Sami and others for Monday Murals.
Catching a tram is often a good option.
Love them. And it is a reminder that I really need to travel on our trams, despite the fact that I cannot think of anywhere they currently go that I have any need to see.
EC, not needing to go somewhere by tram never stops me from catching a tram. Window gazing, people watching, noting driving standards. All enjoyable for me. But you have your garden.
I like how they made open windows out of the actual building windows in the second one.
I didn't notice that Bob. Thanks.
I like the building windows worked into the second mural.
As above Debby. I didn't notice that.
Oh, those are good. Me like.
Glad you ae pleased JayCee.
Judging by the first image Melborneos wear some strange costumes! Do you yourself have a top hat Andrew?
Possibly YP. I think if I do, it may be a little dusty.
So fun to see tram murals!
Roentare, I think I know where the first one is but was. It has gone now. I can't remember where the second was.
And where else would you be but Melbourne where the yellow and green trams rumble their way through the streets. That’s a very 1950/60s looking crowd in the top one. Good find Andrew
Thanks Cathy, and welcome home.
Love these. I miss trams.XOWWW
WWW, life for us without trams is not imaginable.
I love the time line on the first. Very clever. The tagging content in the second makes me a little bit cross (knee jerk reaction) but it is also clever.
Duh Caro. I didn't pick that up either. Yes, the tagging doesn't worry me.
These are VERY nice, thank you.
These two are lovely.
I like the tram murals - very colourful.
Thanks JB. They are quite colourful.
Certainly brightens the wall.
They do TP and are welcome.
Green trams are such a core part of Melbourne history that it is a pleasure seeing them in murals. It is like the Eiffel Tower which could not be anywhere but Paris!
We have so few of those cream and green trams now Hels, and they really are part of Melbourne's identity.
Good ones indeed.
Thank you Pat.
They are both great murals Andrew. Before I enlarged the pictures I thought the second one was a real tram :) Thanks for participating in Monday Murals. I've added your post to the Monday murals.
It is quite realistic Sami. Thanks.
I like that second one especially, though it looks like it's been tagged. (Or is that part of the design?!)
Good question Steve, and I don't know.
Darla, or as a broad speaking Australian might say, noice.
Both are so different and I like both. I like the second one because it takes the building into consideration.
Indeed B&E, if a building can be incorporated into a mural, it is so much better.
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