The Fleet left town, the smelter closed down, the North Sea oil rig work has slowed down, the sky's often cloudy, and an Indian firm runs the distillery. But the good news is that Invergordon now has time to give a hearty welcome to cruise ships visiting Scotland. Here are ten of the many murals that have brightened up the town.
Taken with my handy Panasonic ZS15
That is a most interesting set Cyril. Very nicely recorded by you. Thanks for sharing it with us.
Wow, someone's been very busy. Great looking, colourful set Cyril.
Also at http://www.flickr.com/photos/dieselgolfer/
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Very nice series, Cyril. Public art is so wonderful. That first one (Fire) almost looked real. We have a lot in San Francisco - a whole street in the Mission called Balmy Lane.
We were in Scotland once and had a wonderful time in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Dunoon. The people were delightful!
Yes, the fist one almost looked real - and the last one is so 'busy' with the eclectic mix of life.
Well done, thanks.
"Measure wealth not by things you have but by things for which you would not take money"
Good job, thanks. Did you see any of them being painted?
Panny FZ200, ZS25
Nice showing Cyril, I like the King Street one with the Gordon Highlanders piping
away there, takes me back to when I did my basic training at the Highland Light
Infantry Maryhill barracks in WW2.
That first mural is brilliant. After staring at it awhile, it finally dawned one me that the onlookers were not real but part of the mural. Thanks for posting, enjoyable and interesting!
Wonderful murals and well captured. Invergordon should be proud. Thanks for sharing.
beautiful series thank you
I should have mentioned that the first mural "Fire" was painted on a surviving wall of the building shown in the mural, which has been resurrected after being gutted.
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