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Monday, 11 November 2019

Monday Mural - Gray Cattle

Mural of a Hungarian gray bull, a breed of cattle which is indigenous to Hungary.
Painted in 2015 for the Colourful City Budapest Festival,  by Fat Heat and Transone and can be found in Rumbach Sebestyen street, Budapest (Jewish district). 
Photo taken during our visit in April 2018.

If you like murals or have a mural you'd like to post, this meme is for you;
just follow the Linky steps below.   Be sure to link back to this blog and visit your fellow posters.  Looking forward to your mural finds this week and thanks for participating.  

Monday Mural Meme goes lives at 12,01am Perth, Western Australian time.
Thanks, Sami. 


There were three other murals in the same street which I have previously shown:

https://sami-colourfulworld.blogspot.com/2018/06/monday-mural-empress-sissy.html

https://sami-colourfulworld.blogspot.com/2018/06/monday-mural-rubiks-cube.html

https://sami-colourfulworld.blogspot.com/2018/05/monday-mural-match-of-century.html


A Cafe with a view



59 comments:

  1. I'm a dufus. I couldn't find the linky tool, but it appeared about 11 minutes after I wrote the comment I since deleted.

    Your mural from Budapest is really unique. To be quite hones, I'm not sure I understand it, but admit it's quite colorful.

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    1. Thanks Elizabeth. I think it's just a quirky mural to portray their unique brand of cattle.

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  2. I wonder about the Hungarian feeling for the bull -- there's also a wine called Egri Bikavér (Bull's Blood of Eger). That's a wonderful mural!

    best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks Mae. I just read up on the wine, which I had never heard of, as I'm not much of a drinker.

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  3. ...it interesting to see it eat with a knife and fork. ...Thank Sami for hosting!

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  4. It looks like a fun rural, trying to get my head around the cow wearing a purple cape lol

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    1. Thanks Amy. Not something we will see out in the fields for sure :)

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  5. It wasn't what I was expecting and it made me smile.

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    1. It is a weird but fun one. Thanks Andrew.

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  6. Very well done! The hat, hmmm...
    There is a German saying, "da geht einem der Hut hoch"! :-)

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    1. Don't know why the hat isn't on the bull's head. Thanks Iris.

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  7. Hmm, I'm kinda not getting it. Something to do with food, for sure. Eat more chicken? :-)

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    1. I thought it was "eat more beef" :) Thanks Revrunner

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  8. Aaaah, I almost poster the same...:-)

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  9. Hello, the bull mural is cool. Great series. Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy new week!

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  10. Mais um mural original.
    Boa semana, Sami!

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  11. I've got to get on the stick and dig out my mural photos (but they could NEVER compete with this!)

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    1. Would love to see you back with your murals Jeanie. All murals are great :)

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  12. Like WoW - Wonder How Long That Took From Start To Finish - Way Cool

    Cheers

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    1. I can imagine it would have taken quite a few days, as it's massive and lots of details.

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  13. What an impressive mural. Strong images.

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  14. That looks like a spoiled bull! ;-)

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  15. what a coincidence, Sami. I have a mural from Jewish district as well. :-)
    love your bull.

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    1. Thank you Klara, a coincidence indeed :)

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  16. I love seeing the muraLs of your travels Sami, and was just wondering if your husband is still working in Sydney? Hope all is well there.

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    1. Thanks Gill. Jose is back in Perth, he took a redundancy package, but is still looking for work here, in the meantime he's been doing some jobs around the house.

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  17. I love all the names of the Street artists! This works well above the cafe setting as something interesting to chat about!
    Have a great week - Sami!
    Wren x

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    1. Thanks Wren, yes the setting is perfect.

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  18. That is marvelous mural! Thank you for sharing and for hosting.

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  19. Dearest Sami,
    That is a rather strange way of painting the Puszta's regal grey cattle...
    We did see them in reality and loved them. The ones we saw were the oxen, not bulls.
    https://mariettesbacktobasics.blogspot.com/2019/07/day-4-kalocsa-baroque-cathedral-with.html
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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    1. Thanks Mariette. So nice you got to see the real thing.

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  20. This looks so cleverly done! Hugs, RO

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  21. Looks amazing there in that position Sami, I bet it gets snapped so often by cafe patrons 😉

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    1. I'm sure it's popular with the cafe patrons :)

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  22. A little weird but fun!

    All the best Jan

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