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.