Sunday, 27 October 2013

Barrel Head


Last of my murals from Glastonbury and one I came across  on my last day at the town, It's along an ally which runs past the church which is why I could only take the photo from this angle. Beats me the meaning.

 Taking part in Mural Monday


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  1. Now that's funny. It put a smile on my face.

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    1. It did woith me when I realised he was sat on the side he was sawing off

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  2. There is so much talent around. i wonder how long it took the artist to paint that on the wall. Talented and humourous.

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    1. There is, I hate it when you get numpties placeing their tags over them as if they have a right to and defaceing some one elses art

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  3. Funny picture! And there is so many details in it, I wonder if there is a message. Save the bies, or save the honey, or the quite opposite...It's hard to know, but great to watch!

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  4. Funny, even if we don't know the intended meaning. Thanks for giving a smile on a stormy Monday morning.

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    1. You not wrong there, wind and horizontal rain at the moment

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  5. Hi Bill...

    that´s so cool !! Great :)

    Best regards

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  6. I like it, even though I have no idea what it means! ☺

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    1. You know what nither do I but I like it.

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  7. I too cannot figure it out. Makes one think tho. Thanks for visiting my steamboat.

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    1. No problem, at least I can understand the steamboat one, good blog you have as well

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  8. Great shot although I haven't a clue to its meaning. :)

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    1. I'm glad someone else feels that way as well, thank you

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  9. Quite odd but cute. I .like the wee shadow of the creature!

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    1. So do I but what of the second shadow above

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  10. a bit like riding a barrel headed ostrich - i too like the wee shadows

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    1. A different view of it I would not have thought of

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  11. It's interesting all right, but makes me feel ignorant, like I just don't quite get the joke,

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  12. Hari OM
    This is a top mural Bill. May I share an insight? There is an old sanskrit story about the fool who would not listen to his elder (guru) about the correct way to chop out the flaws in his character. If you are going to improve yourself you have to work from the bottom up. Trying to fastrack by chopping off the "lighter branches" (such as giving up a favourite food) is mere tokenism. Healthy yes, but really not a major shift in spiritual progression. If we keep doing this, it is as if we were sitting on the branches ourselves and we always end up back where we started - at the beginning... or the bottom of the tree in this case!

    That's the abridged version, but it may help. Interesting you found it close to the church! YAM xx

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    1. Could well be what this person was thinking so it does make sence

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  13. A SMILE all the way from me in STAVANGER:)

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    1. Welcome, thanks for coming by come back again. I did like Oda.

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  14. What a funny painting and a wonderful photo too. Great !
    Best regards, Synnöve

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    1. Made me smile when I saw it, had to get a photo

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  15. Funny photo, Bill!
    Greetings, RW & SK

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