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PPAC: Photographing Public Art Challenge #1

Here is my entry for Marsha’s, Always Write blog, PPAC #1.

Public art is which encompasses any form of art you see in a public place, large or small, statues, murals, graffiti, gardens, Christmas lights, even buildings or bridges. The art should be visible from streets, sidewalks or outdoor public places.

On a building in Oregon City, Oregon.
Many country homes has bus stops for their children so they can be sheltered from the rainy weather.
Outdoor restroom painting in Mt. Angel, Oregon.
Bird Sculpture in Canby, Oregon.

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  1. These are great, Cee. The restrooms and rest stop are so colorful. Hmmm we don’t like to rest in drab places! It’s okay for statues on walls, because we’re not resting! LOL Thanks again for hosting with me, Cee. This is really fun! 🙂

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  2. I love the photo of that lovely yellow restroom. Very colorful!
    This looks like a fun challenge. Yesterday a traveling artist just started a new wall mural and there is a week-long public event going on. I hope to stop by later in the week to grab a photo or two for this challenge.


  3. Cool bus stop. Wouldn’t but be nice if they involved children in decorating it🙂. And that ladies looks like one I saw on my cruise to the islands 2 years ago. Beautiful.



  4. The guy in the top photo looks to be suffering the ravages of time. Love the colourful loo with the wonderful Sunflowers 🙂


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