Monday, March 20, 2017

Murals at Happehatchee




Don't let a wall go undecorated.  Fish swim on the wall of one Happehatchee utility building and
a "Save the Florida Panther" painting decorates a tool shed.

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15 comments:

Tanya Breese said...

i love them both...are some of the fish painted like flags? i guess years ago panthers ran around here but people suspect they are gone now but there has been a local man that has claimed seeing one near his home and has taken a few pictures.

Karl Demetz said...

Pleasant murals, Jack, especially the first one with the fish.

Michelle said...

Nice to see walls are being decorated. I always think it shows people care about their environment just a bit more.

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

Brilliant. Indistinguishable (largely!) from real life.

Janet said...

Ahh! The Florida panther and the Florida Flag Fish!

Gunn said...

I love the one with all the colourful fish swimming around.

Sharon Anck said...

That panther is looking pretty cool sitting there under the rakes and shovels.

The Greenockian said...

Love the fishy one!

Taken For Granted said...

Love the fanciful fish mural. I see at least one of the fish is Italian with colors of the Italian flag. Is the Florida panther endangered? Panthers, or Mountain lions, have made a comeback in the upper Midwest. They are seldom seen, but they are here

RedPat said...

I love the wee fishes! Hopefully the panthers can make a come-back!

Tom said...

...a blank wall is a shame.

William Kendall said...

The panther is quite a sight.

bill burke said...

Those little fishes are awesome Jack. Very creative and colourful.

Kay said...

The shading on the fish mural looks a little likes seaweed underwater. Nice effect.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

The school of fish just tickles me. The panther mural reminds us at how endangered native animals are in an encroaching urban environment. We still have some cougars in the Oakland hills! Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.