Friday, April 20, 2018

Water Tank - Downtown Ocala


This is a large round water tank located in the downtown area of Ocala.  It has been painted with scenes showing food sources endemic to our area.

21 comments:

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Magnifico este mural é de uma grande beleza.
Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.

Andarilhar
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros

Andy said...

Good location for a mural. The colours make it a real stand out.

Tom said...

...now that brightens things up!

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Very pretty. The only thing that would make it better would be if it said "Welcome to OCALA."

Janis
GDP

magiceye said...

Great way to brighten up a potential eyesore!

RedPat said...

That is very cool, Lowell!

Marleen said...

Gosh that is so beautiful!

silvia de angelis said...

Un articolo molto originale, apprezzato
Un saluto,silvia

William Kendall said...

Very colourful!

Vicki said...

I love murals and that one is awesome! I'm wondering how I've never seen it on my trips to/through Orlando.

Vicki said...

I meant Ocala, not Orlando.

bill burke said...

That's a beauty Lowell, very colourful too.

Taken For Granted said...

A fish just seems right on a water tank, but a watermelon? Why not. It looks fine.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It looks amazing Lowell, really brightens up an otherwise mundane tank! Looking back on posts I've missed has cheered me up too, I have missed Oscala, words AND images 😀

Sharon Anck said...

How pretty. I like it.

Kay said...

Very cool!
(To answer your question, I'm okay. Too many doctors, too much grey weather, and a cold that overstayed its welcome.)

Small City Scenes said...

Hey that's kinda interesting. I like murals
MB

orvokki said...

So lovely murals.

Kate said...

I love it when utility objects are beautified by creative public art!

stardust said...

What an eye-catching artistic water tank!

Yoko

Karl Demetz said...

Very well painted, I like it !

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