My World Tuesday: The Eyes Have It

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These paintings decorate the side of a parking garage on the corner of Bank and Grand streets in Waterbury, Connecticut. The panels are a beautiful splash of color in a city that struggles against being run-down and weary.
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  1. Those murals are a definite improvement over a blank concrete wall. They are very colorful and pretty.

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  2. Great eyes, colorful painting.

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  3. Beautiful, huge, eyes!

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  4. I love murals. Those are unique! Great colors.

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  5. The colors are very eye catching! BUT those eyes looking back . . . I will have to think about that. . .

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  6. The colors are very eye catching! BUT those eyes looking back . . . I will have to think about that. . .

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  7. What a marvelous, colorful way to brighten up not just the parking garage, but the whole surrounding area! Beautiful eyes! Terrific shots, Sandy! Wishing you a very Happy New Year!

    Sylvia

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  8. Send those artists down here! Wake County just built a 9-level new parking deck downtown and the blank institutional gray of the concrete could definitely use a bit of sprucing up.

    And apparently the city has money for such things. (Witness my MWT this week for -- more -- evidence!) After all we can't very well have visitors to our Disco Alfresco District parking in a dull county garage can we? That would never do!

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  9. What a cheerful way to nicen up a corner ... and I love the way you shot it ..

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  10. Beautiful and colorful world..Great photos like always. Have a good 2010!

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  11. i always like murals...the liven dull brick and mortar walls up :)
    nice captures.

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  12. Very special mural and great picture

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  13. beautiful street art.

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  14. Interesting mural, have a happy new year Sandy:)

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  15. I like how the eyes appear to peering back at us through the trees.

    I like murals on outside walls. They add warmth to a community.

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  16. Very impressive works it is interesting how a painting can be so large and have such clean lines. It has a great look for being an outdoor painting.

    I like the way that you shot the picture with some branches over the painting it really adds to the photo.

    Thanks for sharing
    Tom Bailey

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  17. Neat photos 0 I like the mural behind the trees!


    ...see what is in front of my house!

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  18. Anonymous5:13 PM

    I like the photos shot through the bare trees like that. When the trees are full of leaves, you probably can't see the mural from where you were. Great colors. Happy New Year!

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  19. Big eyes are watching. You captured them well!

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  20. it's very colorful =)

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  21. Oh that makes for a colourful sight! It looks great like that behind the bare trees.

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  22. These colors are cheerful especially this time of year.

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  23. Wonderful colorful paintings. I really like art like this on buildings and this has such an original feel.

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  24. Sandy, Love the top one of dark branches against the coloured background. And the eyes!

    A great capture!

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  25. Pretty colors. I can only try to imagine the vision those eyes are seeing. Happy holidays!

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  26. great take on that sandy! applause to those who did it and the one who shared it.

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  27. Fantastic shots and very cheerful!

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  28. Great captures!

    Cheers for the New Year!
    Regards Sandy!

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  29. Wonderful images, Sandy.
    I like these colorful art works.

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  30. That would cheer you up as you get out of the car. Much better than graffiti too.

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  31. Great images - in the most unusual places.

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  32. beautiful coloured wall....and really magnificient colours...usually wallpaintings are very colourful...this one has got great pastel shades and the design is fantastic!!
    ciao elvira

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  33. Love the first pic. Sandy. The eye on the right not too obscured ny trees is looking into one's very soul.

    Happy New Year to you and your beautiful daughter.

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  34. What delightfully colorful views from your wintry world! I love art like this. I've shared a bit of My Seasonal World one last time this week ... just because.
    Hugs and blessings,

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  36. Have a wonderful 2010 dear friend.

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  37. Nice paintings. Luckily the trees are bare this time of the year. perfect timing.

    Alexander
    Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

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  38. Wonderful artwork.

    Thanks for the visits and have a great new year.

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  39. Gorgeous walls, indeed! The leaf-less tree makes it all the more interesting :D

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  40. Just beautiful Sandy! Happy new year!

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  41. BTW, can those eyes see into the future?

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