Tuesday, 12 June 2007

Levee Bank Graffti


Along the western bank of the Tweed River at Murwillumbah is a great riverside walking track, that is actually inside the levee wall. As I mentioned the other day, the concrete wall is covered in some really stylish graffiti, but this couple and their trusty companion had probably passed it countless times.

8 comments:

GMG said...

They might have passed a lot of times, but the wall deserved some attention. Fortunately that you were there...

Pat said...

My goodness! What a wall.

So glad you captured that. Great artwork there.



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Irina said...

Graffiti can be a piece of Art sometimes. At least, I like the wall you captured.

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Mandy said...

astonishing how artistic graffiti can be

Jilly said...

What a super blog. Thanks for leaving a message on Menton DP - happy to have now found you. I lived in Australia for six years - three near to Hobart and then in Cairns. I drove from Hobart to Cairns so passed by your area - just beautiful.

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southcoastsounds said...

It really looks like a wonderful place to walk. Great stuff!

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