The Wabash Walls project in Lafayette, Indiana, is a very large project, with highly varied murals on many types of structures. My sister, brother-in-law, and I walked around the Wabash neighborhood to see many of these, and I posted some while I was visiting there (here: Wabash Walls). Here are more of the photos we took that day. I wanted to share them with the mural enthusiasts at Sami's "Monday Murals."
|Elaine and Larry in front of an interesting house.
|The other side of the house has these great mice.
|A simpler mural on another house.
|Wonderfully decorated warehouse!
|I wondered who these children were!
|Some houses were decorated in other ways.
MEANWHILE, in Ann Arbor on a sunny morning, people are painting “The Rock” —
|The Rock is being painted in the colors of Columbia, to express solidarity with the uprising
taking place there this week. As many as 37 demonstrators have been killed, and many more injured.