Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Souderton - Past and Present Under The Railroad Bridge, Part 2

Here are the pictures painted on the other side of the railroad bridge over Chestnut Street in Souderton, Pennsylvania. For these, I don't have interpretive comments to make except to say that the second picture is a close-up of the poem in the first picture. The pictures are presented as viewed from left to right. Click on the pictures for a larger view.





8 comments:

San Nakji said...

Now that's the grafitti I love!

Tim Rice said...

You're so right, san nakji. Except this was commissioned I think by the town. So I don't know that one can really call it grafitti. :)

Ginnie said...

Hmm. I could swear I left a comment on this side but apparently didn't finish it. Anyway, I think I like this side the best!

Tim Rice said...

Hi, ginnie. Is it because of the more literary feel, the pleasure of a lazy fishing day, the bountiful fruit, or something else that you like this side the best?

Crystal said...

What a beautiful mural! And I like the poem a lot. Your posts are always so perfect and concise!

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, crystal. I try to make my posts meaningful. I love the mural, too.

Michelle Bialowas said...

I love free art - for everyone to see, espically those who would never take the time to look at art.

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, Michelle Bialowas. I totally agree with your sentiment there. And I think it brightens up one's day as one goes by it.