Monday, October 8, 2018

Peeling

The bridge support in the background of yesterday's pic sports this well executed trompe l'oeill of a peeling surface. I'm not sure if the big letters below it belong to the mural but I couldn't read them and didn't go crawling through the bushes to find out. The bridge carries the subway line as it comes up from below ground to cross the Humber River valley.  
Taking part in Monday Murals. Click HERE to see more murals from around the world.

19 comments:

Tom said...

...they just don't hold up!

Lea said...

Well now, that is interesting!
Have a wonderful week!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

What a super find, but I don't blame you for not going bush 😀 I bet that turkey smells good Pat, happy Thanksgiving ✨

Kate said...

Some interesting colours in this post. Yes, have a great Thanksgiving!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, the peeling surface is amazing. Interesting mural. Happy Monday, enjoy your day and week ahead.

Sharon said...

Oh my gosh, that is well done. I thought it was real peeling paint.

Andy said...

Happy Thanksgiving!

Taken For Granted said...

We are not suppose to be able to read graffiti. Love the troupe l'oeill of a peeling surface. It is funny. Good eye.

Cloudia said...

Didn't crawl through the bushes eh? LOL! Love you and your fun post <3

Anne Hagman-Niilola said...

Cool!

William Kendall said...

It is colourful.

bill burke said...

Very cool, I thought that was real peeling too. Happy Thanksgiving, Pat.

Michelle said...

Beautiful colors in this mural!

Mark said...

I'm always amazed at this effect.

Linda said...

Fantastic! Thanks for sharing.

Sami said...

The peeling effect gives the mural another interesting layer.
Thanks for contributing Pat.

Laura. M said...

Se ve muy real. Parece que se pela de verdad.
Besos

boromax said...

That is fantastic! I love this kind of faux painting. Great pic!

21 Wits said...

It's like it's own little pieces of art!