This week Lens Artist, Patti Moed has hopped onto one of Cee’s and my favorite topics., Street Art. I’m super late, but I couldn’t help to add to the fun.
My friend Jean visited me from CA, and last Sunday we drove down Senator’s Highway in Prescott that leads to Goldwater Lake. The houses along the way are Historic Street Art on their own, but many owners have created somet1hing more. It’s a harvest/Halloween Celebration. It was this photographer’s wonderland for Street Art.
Is this marriage going to work out in the long run? Fortunately, they don’t have far to go. But as for a long life together….
These are not your general run-of-the-mill store-bought kind of Halloween decorations. Someone worked hard and long to created these spooky characters.
They probably collected spare body parts all year. Someone clearly would take your head off to create some mischief. I would not go by here at night.
If you did go down this street in the dark – which I don’t recommend, by the way – a string of these cute little guys attached to one gate will help light your way.
So that’s all of them until Monday when I join Cee’s week to host the PPAC (Photographing Public Art Challenge) post. I just couldn’t resist Patti’s topic. Thanks for the cute ideas, Patty, and feel free to post a link on Cee’s PPAC’s Friday post.
Hope all is well with everyone. Stay safe on dead end streets!