Where to Find Odd Walls that Get Noticed

Oddly enough, these walls don’t talk.

#blogboost, Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge

Mural Painting on  brick buildings
Mural Painting on brick buildings

What’s real and what is painted? Is the arch in the bricks real? This odd wall is in Exeter, CA. Exeter is an artsy town, well known for its murals, south of Highway 198 about two miles and about a half-mile from the Woodlake turn-off. Those are the last two stops before the road narrows to a two-lane highway leading up to the Sequoia National Park. This mural struck me as odd partly because of the equipment in the photo with the dollie in the painting.

A woody van?
A woody motor home?

The wall on this motor home looked real, but is it? The reflections tell the true story. We saw this food truck in Maui, HI near Ka’anapali Beach Club on the bike path.

Speaking of food
Speaking of food

I struggled to figure this picture out even though I took it. At first, I thought it was a wall, so I included it in this post. It looks like a wall with stuff pinned on it or maybe a floor. The napkin is a great clue along with the menu, so you know it is a table. The floor looks like it is on the same level as the table.  We went to an expensive restaurant called Pismo’s Coastal Grill in Fresno, CA (which is about 3 hours from Pismo) Between the table picture and the name of the place, it seemed odd enough to fit here with distinction.

What do you think?

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Author: Marsha

Hi, I'm Marsha Ingrao, and I'm working on retirement. heheh Read more about me here. http://wp.me/P7tP3I-2

8 thoughts on “Where to Find Odd Walls that Get Noticed”

    1. Good question. I’m not sure. I’d have to go look now that the picture is finished. My inclination is to say they are painted because the brink is red to begin with, but they could be painted on top of actual arches. 🙂 I love artists. They can do anything! 🙂

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