Thanks to Nick Sweetman for making this drab underpass into a thing of beauty!
Let me begin where I entered, on the east side, walking north.
There is a railing to protect us from the thundering traffic.
Of course that makes it hard to shoot large images. You can’t get far enough back.
Also, there are many light issues in underpasses. Even on a cloudy day, the burn of the sun can be seen.
I am presenting the images in order.
This, I guess possum, is so cute!
He is right there as you emerge from the underpass.
Just look at all the art still ahead!
There is the other side of the underpass, as well. I was able to take a few more direct shots from the other side.
Even if the railing was in the way,
I didn’t have to get as creative with the shots, such as the next 2.
This could only be taken from the other side. Unfortunately, the buffalo & moose were behind cement pillars. I suppose they needed those to hold the overpass up.
Pics taken by Resa – November 12, 2018,
The Artist: Nick Sweetman – Click on the pic of him painting and go to his Instagram site!
We had a quick chat on the day. He still had 2 days of painting to go.
The next post has a swan, a butterfly, a mosquito and more!