I love murals and street art. 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 will find murals everywhere. The "Monday Mural" meme goes live on Monday at 12,01AM, Perth,Western Australian time. Be sure to link back to this blog and visit your fellow posters. Looking forward to your mural finds this week.
At Denpasar Airport I found my first Bali murals. The Balinese people are known to be very artistic painters, wood carvers, dancers, musicians, flower arrangers...
|May your journey be free from stress and bring you home safely. Safe travels!|
Safe travels reminded me pf how I think of Bali. Beautiful women with fans. the second one was an example or repetition in overdrive. That wall with the protrusions would be treacherous if not lit. I like both, though.ReplyDelete
I REALLY like how the light and shadow play against the metal sculpture. Now I'm off to read about your trip in December.
I need to review my comment before I publish it. It should read "OF how I think of Bali" and OF repetition. Seems I have trouble with the word OF (grin).Delete
Thanks Elizabeth, the wood protusions aren't deep at all, so not dangerous.Delete
Nice photos! Airport murals are always fun, though frequently I pass by them in too much of a hurry to take photos or appreciate them.ReplyDelete
Thanks for hosting all the murals for us!
best… mae at maefood.blogspot.com
I always make a point of stopping to take photos of murals, much to my husband's annoyance, as he's in a hurry, lol. Thanks MaeDelete
Ces peintures de l'aéroport de Bali sont admirables. Et la sculpture est une sorte de théâtre d'ombres à elle seule (kwarkito)ReplyDelete
...they sure welcomed you to Bali. Thanks Sami for sharing and hoisting.ReplyDelete
All the murals were a great welcome for sure Tom, lolDelete
The top one is really pretty, I love their bright costumes. So true to their culture.ReplyDelete
Thanks Amy :)Delete
Marvelous works, Sami!ReplyDelete
Thanks Cloudia :)Delete
Traditional looking Thai muralReplyDelete
Not Thai, but Balinese, but I presume there would be similarities, thanks RoentareDelete
Wow, they are not amateur works are they.ReplyDelete
They are not, they are great artists for sure Andrew!Delete
These are wonderful.ReplyDelete
These are beautiful murals and feature the Bali culture. I love Bali and it is a perfect destination for travellers. These murals are inviting.ReplyDelete
Have a great week!
Thanks Amila, they are very creative people.Delete
E assim se dá as boas vindas a quem nos visita.
Eu gostei das boas vindas :) Obrigada PedroDelete
Very, very beautiful, Sami. Oh, I never had a journey free from stress - but at least came back safely always.ReplyDelete
Maybe next time you must relax Iris :)Delete
Such pretty murals. And that's a lovely message for travelers.
Thank you for hosting, Sami. Have a good week. :)
Thank you Dee, enjoy your week too.Delete
Beautiful mural to promote Bali.ReplyDelete
Thanks Nancy :)Delete
Beautiful murals Sami!ReplyDelete
Thanks Marianne :)Delete
It seems to me that airports are frequently defined by their murals, some of which are truly creative. Bangkok stands out in my mind.ReplyDelete
Thanks David, I haven't been to Bangkok for about 18 years.Delete
I need to put Bali on my list 😀..lovely murals Sami. My entry is here https://flightsofthesoul.wordpress.com/2023/01/30/the-dancers/ReplyDelete
It's a nice albeit chaotic place, but we had great experiences. Thanks :)Delete
How beautiful. It's interesting to see these from a place I will probably never get to visit.ReplyDelete
So beautiful mural works , Great captured.ReplyDelete
Have a nice week ahead
Thank you Rupam, enjoy your week too.Delete
THese are just spectacular, Sami!ReplyDelete
Thank you Jeanie.Delete
These are beautiful. I especially like the wire one, Sami.ReplyDelete
It is a nice sculpture, thanks Pat.Delete
Interesting murals! Thank you for hosting.ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining every week too Linda :)Delete