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This week's theme is "Public."

I love this theme! It was challenging though because there are just so many possiblities, and it took me a while to narrow it down.

This choice was a no-brainer.

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I have lots of photos of public art, street murals and such. Even when I don't love an individual work of art, I do love the fact that it's there, out in public, and I wish there were more of it.

This mural is very cool. See the faces?

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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is the oldest public university in the USA. The photo below shows campus landmark, the Old Well.


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Shortly after I took the pic of the Old Well, I saw this little piece of public art on a campus building~


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I could go on and on with this theme but I think I'll stop here. Thanks for visiting and have a great weekend.


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Comments (24)

Sue:

These are all great choices for the theme :)

Wow! There are lots of public related photos here. Those murals are cool! :)

ewok:

You have a veritable chest full of public images. Well done.

You did a great job with the theme. I love all of your choices.

What a great selection of public photos! Happy weekend

wow, I love the chosen photos for this weeks theme. The last one is my favorite. Have a beautiful Saturday.

Lovely photos. How old exactly is the Public Hardware?

happy weekend!

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Julie, I'm not sure! It looks like it's been there for a while; I'd guess at least 50 years or so. You have a good weekend too!

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Annie, great photo collection of public places and art murals for this week's theme. I really love the surroundings around the NC campus well. And the two murals are really cool especially the one with the faces. My favorite is the Old Hardware photo.

Great choices Annie. Have a wonderful weekend!

jmb:

Lovely photos of different things for this theme. Aren't the faces on the building wonderful?

Happy weekend to you.

ann:

Great take on the theme... I saw the faces... loved everyone of your public pics.

I really enjoyed all of your photos. Great take for this weeks theme. Have a wonderful week end.

Super photos for this week's theme- didn't know UNC was the oldest public university. I was thinking your photos would be Venice related - nice surprise tonight!

great choices for the theme! beautiful photo of the Old Well.

Mar:

Love your "public" choices! such sunny shots too.
Happy weekend.

Such a nice take on the theme love the public art the 2nd and third shots are so nice

love your take on the theme, great choices this week.

Eden:

Love your photos. I had a challenging time trying to figure out how to interpret "Public". Mine is finally up. :)

I love all your photos. And I am so impressed by the second photo. At first I didn't noticed the faces until I look at it closely ^_^. Thanks for sharing!

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Great public art (both official and un- !) Thanks for sharing and for your kind words on my own pic!! :-)

I love seeing those old painted signs - it seems a dying art. Those faces, though, are really cool!

These are all perfect for the theme. I really love the last piece of art. At first I thought it was a neat way to indicate a 'public' toilet. :)

Awesome photos! I think the mural with faces are cool. I wish we have more of that here in Asia.

Some great buildings there :-)

The mural is fabulous Annie - I had to look at it more than once before I saw the faces. Great choices for this week's theme!

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