Silently on Saturday: Enlightened By Street Art

The photo I chose for today’s ‘Silently on Saturday’ post is yet another reminder that not everything you shoot on a given day needs to be used on that given day.

This one, taken on a gray, rainy morning walk through San Francisco’s Chinatown, felt both silent and electric at the same time. It was my first time seeing this work, which makes me seriously wish I had the artist’s name to attach. Still, I’m at the least able to use Obzervashunal to share the discovery with you all:

street art, urban photography, enlightenment

Street art to inspire…


Hope you’re all enjoying your Saturday… silently or not?

K’lee L. © 2017

9 thoughts on “Silently on Saturday: Enlightened By Street Art

  1. I love street art. That’s beautiful, vivid, and wild. Electric is a great word for it. I’m trying to get a mural in our town, but knowing our community it will probably end up being fairly sedate – probably a big salmon. Still, art is art! Ha ha.

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    1. Yes, I’m a big fan of stret art. We have a section of the city dedicated to murals. I’m due for a visit with my camera. You’ll have to keep me up to date on whether or not your mural happens. You never know, it might end up being something bigger than a salmon!

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          1. Mostly time. Our town’s arts committee is tiny and we’re all stretched with other projects. But we have a building identified now. Next step is finding an artist who will work for the love of it. Designs that the town council will approve, and then some fundraising. Crossing my fingers!

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