Thanks a lot, I only took the photo. The artist is amazing.
I was trying to work out what processing you had done to this image – then it clicked when I reread the title. Fabulous scene. More people should do this with blank walls, I personally prefer it to graffiti art
Couldn’t agree more and thanks for your comment.
This is great. I love murals. You should link this to the Monday Mural meme: http://oaklanddailyphoto.blogspot.co.uk/ They would all appreciate it.
That is absolutely amazing. Thanks for sharing.
It certainly is a work of art. Thanks Sandra.
Thought it was real for just a moment. Nice capture!
Thanks Tina. I didn’t immediately realise that the window was also part of the mural.
I’ve been by this scene in Annapolis! You got a great shot of it.
Small world! and thank you so much.
A work of art indeed.
What a find and congrats on 2nd place in the Digital Lightroom competition.
Thanks Helen. Must admit that I voted for Seattle, I liked the way the foreground framing echoed the shape of the tower in the distance. All good photos though.
Yes indeed all excellent.
Where did you find this- it’s brilliant! Didn’t know about your competition entry but some of your photos are wonderful. I really like that Brooklyn Bridge prior to this too. Which photo did you enter?
Thanks Jo. The wall art photo was a mural covering the whole side of a house in Annapolis, Maryland. The photo that I entered in competition is not on my blog, but is very similar to the shot of ‘Moody Manhattan’.
Ah-ha! Thanks, David.
This is a stunning mural!! Would love to have this on the side of my house.
I couldn’t agree more. Thanks for commenting.
I missed this in July David. What a find!
It certainly turned my head Dave
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