I like it.
Thanks Kirk. People do seem to like it.
I like it too. I suspect a kookaburra in the area is now rare.You post MUCH more often than I do, and I am always impressed.
Thanks EC. I have had have the occasional day off of late. I could say it is about time, and is at times, but motivation to write is the real issue, yet people are always so complimentary. Did I see a figure today that four million blog posts are made around the world each day? Some may suggest blogs are dying. I think not.
I'm really happy to see that statistic. I thought blogs were becoming known as old fashioned, but they're my favourite part of the internet and I hope they survive and thrive in great numbers.
Jenny, it certainly pleased me to hear that. I love the connections and friends I have made.
Kookaburra sits in an old gum tree!!Maybe on an old school/Uni building - like the 'show' - bring the country to the city
Not a song or your childhood Cathy, but certainly one of mine, and we used to do it in rounds.
Love color of bird.Coffee is on
Thanks Dora. Maybe it is better than I thought.
That is a classic case of a mural improving a very dull building. Bonza.
Cro, dull is an understatement, but at least the building is still standing, unlike some recent high rise apartment buildings here.
Now that is quite wonderful...to be admired!
Glad you liked it Lee.
Painting on a big canvas is OK but a whole wall ? I think it needs some calculations, in any case it's well done !
Gattina, I just can't image how they paint at such a large scale, and usually get the proportions right.
I like it. The colours are soothing yet noticeable.
Thanks River. It is not a bright mural, but perhaps that is partly my camera.
Looks like an Australian scene and like River it looks good without being gawdy.
Margaret, perhaps I am coming around to liking it more.
The style looks familiar Andrew, I like the colours very much. So much better than a boring old wall right!
Grace, very much better than a blank concrete wall.
There is something about these paintings in the wild. I see them around here and I stand in awe. Such a huge job, such diligence and creativity.XOWWW
WWW, the scale is what always strikes me. How to think big?
You seem to have a great many murals there - lucky you. I do like outdoor art on a big scale. The colours are somewhat muted on this piece, but very in tune with nature.
Like yours Jenny, it is a big country and can have big murals, although I must say the ones I post are pretty well inner city.
Very nice mural Andrew!