Just Click: Covid-19 Diversion Episode
Here are a few pics from the camera roll from January, February and March 2020. Community Art: The View from the Passenger Seat.
|These first few pics were taken along Bulevar de Malta in San Salvador, where the shrubberies are part of the fun!|
|Wait a minute, before we get to the pig, we need to check out the bicyclist.|
|Oh, hello ladies!|
|Whatever this creature is, it has platypus feet. Are those rakes? Clearly a photo during the rainy season needs|
to be scheduled. And, look closely at the cowgirl.
|Over on Constitution, you will find wooden tricycles and scooters posing as planters.|
|These columns outside of a yard chachkies shop along the highway to the north. I didn't crop the photo |
because I like the way the colors from the pillars are reflected on the hood of the car.
|This is another example of roadside sculpture at a business along Avenida Amapolas. I took this photo to show our Mission of Healing Yoga teacher. Look for the yoga in the pic.|
|Not a formal piece, but this is the kind of sidewalk display that makes every drive colorful.|
|The patron saint of Apopa, St. Catherine of Alexandria, is honored with a statue on the Troncal. One evening, we|
were driving by at sunset, and the soft colors surrounding the statue were beautiful.
|In El Salvador, murals are everywhere! This photo shows a typical wall along a typical busy street. It gives you|
the general idea of how a wall that was once just ugly cement or gang-tagged has become a canvas for spray-art.
|Here's another new one! I believe I captured this mural along Alameda Juan Pablo II|
|While this photo is not fantastic, I like the images of the traditional children's toys: the capirucho (cup on a stick), yo-yo|
and trompa (top)
|This is one of the most beautiful murals in San Salvador, and is located on the outer wall of the Museum of Anthropology.|