Today I thought I’d share a mural, as it is such a great example of the method by which solid objects painted on a flat surface are given the appearance of depth and distance. If you would like to see more of it, visit my original post on my Portuguese Blog.

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    1. Extraordinary isn’t it . .and to think all done with shades and light. Have you had a chance to visit my Portuguese blog to see the rest of it?


  1. Lovely. I do like good street art. But you really need a town or city to find it! Although I do have some interesting bits from Penzance if only I knew where to find them!

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