Saintly mural


There were some lovely murals on the side of the Saint Catherine's Museum. I especially liked this look at Saint Paul Street from the days when people traveled in horse-drawn buggies. A real blast from the past! For more murals, visit Monday Murals.

12 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

This is so beautiful, a vintage special scenery in this mural!
Léia

Tanya Breese said...

looks like you can step right into the picture and travel back in time!

Lowell said...

That is a very beautiful mural - almost looks like a photograph.

Those were the "good old days"? Nah. It was a hard life compared to what we have today. And there weren't a lot of golf courses that let women play. :(

So glad to hear you played some golf and shot your best score! Wow! Did you practice over the winter? Maybe they have one of those big indoor ranges in Toronto?

It's easier to go back to work when you've been out having some fun, right?

Andy said...

I am glad the some of these old Ontario towns are still preserved.

Jackie/Jake said...

Great mural!

RedPat said...

It's really nice with the garden in front!

Barbara Farr said...

Cool idea to use an old photo for a mural.

cieldequimper said...

Moi aussi j'adore quand il y a un côté historique. C'est bien aussi pour les enfants !

hamilton said...

It looks a bit like an old postcard!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

It looks like they modeled the mural from an old postcard. Love historic themed murals and this one's a gem. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

JM said...

It's amazing!

Rose ~ from Oz said...

WOW, I wonder who the artist is, it's been beautifully recreated!

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