Monday, September 12, 2022

St Arnaud's Mural at night

 


St Arnaud is a town that I always drove by on the way to Horsham once a month. Until telehealth has become a common fraud, I do not need to drive to other towns so frequently anymore.

The mural is a classic in town. I get the lovely latte in the nearby cafe that has changed hands once a year.


Sony A7RIV

FE 14mm f1.8 GM


Milkyway in Lizard Rock


Participating in through my lens too


Through my lens link



17 comments:

  1. ...this murals the silver lining of your travels.

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    1. There are only drunks and creepy creatures at night. It takes a courage to stay out in the middle of night

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  2. Gorgeous capture, love the sky and of course the mural.

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    1. hehe the mural is a known classic in town. I actually met the artist myself. But the milkyway steals the spot light

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    1. Thanks Bill. I go through phases. I am more into urban stuff now

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  4. It certainly has a glow to it that may have been lost in the daylight. It's a wonderful image.

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    1. Thank you. It is a local iconic spot where no graffiti get painted over it.

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  5. Interesting mural, love the milkyway. Thanks for participating in Monday Murals

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    1. Thanks Sami. The town used to be a wealthy town due to gold rush in the older times. Unlike WA, most of the gold reserves are depleted here.

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  6. Queda muy bien ese mural, ante la luz de la noche.
    Muy buena fotografĂ­a.

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  7. That mural looks great! Not only that but, it's really unique!

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    1. Thank you, Ananka. It is sort of out of sync with the posting in this blog

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