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Monday, 11 May 2020

Monday Mural - Busselton Life II

A few more murals from Busselton, taken during our trip to Margaret River in December 2019.
These were painted on small containers that sold food at the park just behind the 
Equinox restaurant, located on the waterfront.
In the last photo you can see the Equinox restaurant with the black and white mural which I posted on the 20th of April.

If you like murals or have a mural you'd like to post, this meme is for you; 
just follow the Linky steps below.  Once you start looking you find murals everywhere.  
Be sure to link back to this blog and visit your fellow posters.  Looking forward to your 
mural finds posted this week.   Monday mural meme is posted at 12,01am Monday, 
Western Australian timeThanks, Sami. 



This container depicts the Busselton jetty and Underwater observatory (as in the last photo)

This one appears to be a woyliea local tiny endangered nocturnal marsupial, also known as brush tailed bettong or brush-tailed rat kangaroo.

This container depicts the Humpback, Southern Right, Minke and Blue Whales that use the tranquil waters of Geographe Bay where Busselton is located, as a nursery, playground and rest haven during their yearly migration.






And here is the Busselton jetty , where you either walk or can catch a small train which takes you to the Underwater Observatory right at the end.






41 comments:

  1. ...what a great way to jazz up these shipping containers! Thanks Sami for hosting , take care!

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    1. Thanks Tom, they do look so much better.

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  2. How colorful these are Sami! I really love waterfront spots where I can do a stroll!

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    1. I too enjoy walking on the waterfront, so relaxing.

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  3. The whales are great! I think I have seen them at the other end of their incredible migratory journey. The painting on those little buildings is such a good idea!

    be well...mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks Mae, I've seen a couple from far away.

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  4. Hello,

    The containers do look pretty and colorful with the murals. I love the fish and whales. Enjoy your day, have a happy new week!

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    1. Thanks Eileen, they do look great. Enjoy your week too.

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  5. It's a very good idea to transform and decorate containers in tha way. Have a happy week.

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    1. Thanks Kwarkito. Enjoy your week too.

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  6. Dearest Sami,
    Love the Woylie best of all and it is good for raising some awareness due to it being almost extinct.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  7. J√° imaginou esses mamarrachos sem essa cor?
    Eram mesmo só uns mamarrachos.
    Boa semana

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    1. Bem verdade Pedro, nao teriam graca nenhuma. Boa semana.

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  8. Autumn in your banner... I could look up your temps, but I won´t.
    6C here, some freezing 6C and we should nearly go into a fat Spring! ;-) Help!
    Awwww, the woylie is so cute, I´ve never seen one!
    The candy cow made me laugh :-)
    I think it must be horrible to work in these containers,at least the sight is fun and I dearly hope they have aircon?
    The jetty is soooo beautiful!

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    1. 6C is our early morning temperature, by 10am it's probably about 12 and has been going up to about 22 t 27C. Not bad at all, but of course then goes back down after the sun sets! I think those containers are only opened for a couple of hours a day, it would be too hot inside in Summer.

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  9. Love all of these Sami. Gosh you have a much better eye than I :) I missed all of these beauties when we were in Busselton. Your new autumn header is gorgeous xox

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    1. Thanks Grace, the Autumn pic is from about 2 years ago. I think these container are probably seasonal.

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  10. That makes a festive look for an dull ordinairy container.

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    1. Thanks Marianne, they do look festive :)

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    1. Thanks Mark, it's an old train which has been painted red :)

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  12. Adoro sua p√°gina, Sami.
    Um beijo pra você, meu anjo.

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  13. Well Now, How Cool Is That

    Cheers

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  14. I love the style the artist used on these! Thanks for hosting us, Sami!

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  15. First, I am sorry I missed this week at Monday Murals. I just didn't feel up to it. Second, I love that new blog banner. It is adorable.

    Finally, those shipping containers are showing up everywhere these days. None as pretty as what you found, of course, so I was delighted to see them being used in this way. We have an entire complex that has them here. They have stores, offices, and restaurants in them. Very unique with a second story (or first story in your world). LOVE what you found, dear.

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    1. Hope you are feeling better Elizabeth. There seems to be a container revival everywhere, but it's good they are being put to other uses than just sea transport.

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  16. Fun, lighthearted artwork! Thanks for sharing and hosting.

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  17. Always love a seaside town and those are Wonderful bright colors in the murals ... lovely morning smiles, thank you. But now I really really want to see a real live woylie...an animal I’ve never before heard of.

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    1. Thanks Sallie, glad you enjoyed the murals. I've never seen a woylie either, even when visiting the area :)

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  18. These are all such happy murals, Sami. Colorful and great fun. Love these a lot more than some of the supersized ones I see!

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    1. Thank you Jeanie, they are quite happy murals :)

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