Project 365, Day 293; Bridge Art

We spent the morning at a motocross track to check out the grandson’s latest riding progress. The track is off a freeway in a large dirt field out in the countryside, so these photos I’m posting look like I’ve been crawling around under freeways and railroad tracks.

Being out here in this dirt pit in 90 degree weather had a bonus in this art that I found.

I’ve just recently watched the movie, Exit Through The Gift Shop, about the street artist Banksy and the story of Thierry Guetta, and I’m hooked on graffiti and street art;  always looking for it now.

It’s incredible to me the art here, the time it must take to paint it, and at what hour it’s done.

I see blank walls on buildings, and now bridges, and think “what a pity”.

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About Angeline M

Love to travel, read, garden. I am a nurse case manager working in Disease Management. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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19 Responses to Project 365, Day 293; Bridge Art

  1. Jo Bryant says:

    I love it…see it more as ART. The Daughter’s friend took a photo recently in Prague. The John Lennon Memorial wall It is fantastic.
    http://www.prague.net/john-lennon-wall

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  2. I agree: concrete looks better with graffiti on it!

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    • Angeline M says:

      It’s amazing how my mind has shifted in the last 290+ days I’ve devoted to daily photos, and looking at other posts on photography. I’m trying to remember what I used to think when I saw graffiti before….probably didn’t really “see” it. Now, I look at things like this railroad bridge, and highway underpass walls and see the art work and creativity there.

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  3. dotdos says:

    Great work! thanks 🙂

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  4. Thee’s something quite beautiful about gritty urban street art out in the countryside – that overpass looks wonderful Angelinel 🙂

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