Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Rainbow Tunnel

The sidewalk on the street of yesterday's post goes through a tunnel behind the wall showing the mural. I bet it was a dreary place until being painted in stripes of colours matching the mural but now it is rather fun to walk through it.

21 comments:

Lowell said...

I agree. And I think it would have been scary to walk through there at night. I wonder who painted it, as that would take a lot of effort to stay within the lines! It's a nice touch, though, and maybe whoever did this could do other tunnels, too?

Cloudia said...

Oh we have a rainbow tunnel too! After crossing the Golden Gate Bridge into Marin county, one drives through the Robin Williams tunnel which has a rainbow entrance. GLAD TO BE BACK, PAT!

Sharon Anck said...

Oh I love this! It's like walking through a rainbow.

s.c said...

What you all can do with a little bit of color. Very nice.

Christine said...

Oh how much brighter and cheery is a rainbow tunnel!

Lois said...

I love it! The colors are wonderful.

Lea said...

Beautiful!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Soooo much better Pat.. this is tres cool, who needs a yellow brick road when they can go through a rainbow tunnel!

Karl Demetz said...

Good idea, must be fun to go through this tunnel, Pat !

William Kendall said...

That is wonderfully done!

GreenComotion said...

Wow - it is gorgeous!
Have a Happy Day, Pat!
Peace :)

Andy said...

This is cool. Looks inviting.

bill burke said...

Just add colour and they did. It looks awesome and very cool.

Small City Scenes said...

Perfect! Love it
MB

Jack said...

Folks in Toronto like bright colors, don't they?

Michelle said...

You find the most interesting things. This is another gem.

Jenn said...

Cool! Looks like the perfect place for a selfie lol! Are those lights along the top?

Lady Fi said...

Wonderful!

Polly said...

This is lovely. So many tunnels are just dingy grey concrete that look dodgy to walk through, but this says welcome :-)

Laura. M said...

Fun and very cheerful, Pat.

Karen S. said...

Oh this is really cool!