Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Graffiti & Murals

Feel free to use your archived photos for this challenge since most of us are staying home these day. Stay safe, healthy and happy!

The topic for this week’s CFFC is Graffiti & Murals.  This is such a wide topic, I’m looking forward to what everyone will be posting for this week’s challenge. Be creative and have fun.

Current – Miscellaneous

  • Anything Man Made
  • Graffiti & Murals 
  • Hats (June 9)
  • CFFC Special – Subject TBD (June 16)
  • Door Knobs and Handles (June 23)
  • Anything Painted, from a cabinet to peeling paint (June 30)

Next Topic – Anything to do …

  • Anything to do with cars and trucks
  • Anything to do with boats
  • Anything to do with planes and jets
  • Anything to do with trains and railroads
  • Anything to do with bikes, trikes or motorcycles

Please check out my Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge to check out more of what this challenge is about.

CFFC

My entry for this week

We got a couple of new murals in Canby this year.  Here are the photos.

This is the artists information.

This photo I took in while on the beach earlier this year at Devil’s Punchbowl, Oregon.

  • I’ve put together a list of challenges and their hosts.  So if you know a challenge host, please direct them to my blog.  Feel free to contact me anytime.  I hope everyone will be able to use my lists.
  • Qi (energy) hugs,
    Cee

 

80 Comments

  1. I think photographing graffiti is documenting art – because they are only semi-permanent it’s even more important than with other art works. They suffer from the elements or are simply painted over or even torn down. Even though they are often not easy to photograph because of angles and light and traffic and all these things.

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  3. 🙂 Dear Cee,
    I almost missed your Graffiti and Murals challenge!
    Your murals are great – I can’t decide if I like the flower or the water better?
    Thanks for the challenge and stay safe and HAPPY!
    Claudia 🙂

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