Changing Times

Building Art - Minneapolis

Building Art – Minneapolis

The bright colors on this four-story mural helped erase the gray shroud over Minneapolis on a chilly Sunday fall morning.

There weren’t many cars in the parking lot so I had plenty of freedom to work the angles of this shot.  Not that there were many angles to shoot, just trying to decide how much of the mural I wanted; this shot covers only slightly more than half the mural.

Actually, I was pretending to take several shots, while I tried to make sense of the mural. The lyrics to “The Times They are a Changin’ ” are just as applicable today as they were in the rebellious 60’s.

Thought for the Day:  Come senators, congressmen.  Please heed the call.                                                                        Don’t stand in the doorway, don’t block the hall                                                                              For he who gets hurt will be he who has stalled,                                                                                        There’s a battle outside and it’s a ragin’                                                                                     It’ll soon shake your windows and rattle your walls                                                                         For the times they are a changin’                                                                                                                                                   Bob Dylan   1964

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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