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Friday, 4 April 2014

Weekend reflections











Looks as though these are murals painted on the walls but actually they are mirrors reflecting the mural opposite. These photos were taken near Brick Lane in East  London.


Also noticed these shoes which had been flung across a wire between the buildings.

Sharing with James at Weekend Reflections

15 comments:

  1. Amazing murals and reflections. Great photos.

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  2. So colourful ! I like graphes ; they are such an interesting way of street expression, and some of them are true piece of art... The reflection here are really perfect to put the ones in that street in perspective.

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  3. That's an interesting reflection. If you wouldn't have said it was a reflection, I would not have known.

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  4. If it is like here, the shoes stay on the wires until the laces rot away. But with so many, I think they may get removed as the weight must be pulling hard on the wire.

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  5. Mural paintiongs are so nice and multicoloured but the shoes are definitely original.

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  6. Crikey, the area has changed since I last saw it. Then again it was a very, very long time ago! Love it!

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  7. These murals are really very beautiful. They are without doubt, pieces of art. Have à great weekend.

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  8. Very nice reflection and the wall paintings are very good ! The shoes are an original decoration !

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  9. It wouldn't surprise me if there are more murals in Europe than in the USA. Those shoes are kinda curious:)

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  10. Fabulous reflections -- the paintings are good.

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  11. Brilliant reflections, you captured the perfect angle. Throwing old sneakers over the wires at the end of the school; years was a tradition around here.

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