Tuesday, September 30, 2014

He wrote will you marry me and she ticked...?



... Yes! Out and about on Sunday definitely on the agenda was a trip to Highgate a small but trendy/popular suburb close to the city to take a few shots of a pretty unusual marriage proposal! I've heard of many a unique setting for this momentous occasion.. under water, while skydiving etc. but it seemed most appropriate for Perth artist Fudge to seal the deal on a quiet side street with a bit of help from family and fellow artists. Love the little touches.. candles in jars, flowers in bottles hanging from the wall..


The bride-to-be was delighted even though.. P.s. there is no diamond :) As je préfère to keep both feet on terra firma this marriage proposal gets a huge thumbs up from moi. Knowing the transient life span of street art I wonder how many Bree's about town will lead their unsuspecting partners down Mary St. before it's painted over :) Happy Tuesday, take care and stay safe..


36 comments:

  1. Oh, fun and romantic indeed!! I love it! Thanks for a great start for my day, Grace!! Enjoy your new week!!!

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  2. That's funny! Thanks, I needed that. :-)

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  3. Very unusual. And fun. I hope they have a great time together.

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  4. Awww, oui, Grace, how very cute is that? Who needs a diamond anyways?!
    This mural goes on the Feb-list for sure!

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  5. het is wel duidelijk in ieder geval

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  6. Oh, that's clever! It would have been awful if she had checked NO!

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  7. fabulous, romantic, I await such a proposal!

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  8. Fabulous, romantic and I await such a proposal.

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  9. No woman is worth that much effort!

    er, apart from you, obviously...

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  10. LOL!!!! That is great. Say no and NO diamond:) Bribery:)

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  11. A very novel way to solicit an answer. A refusal would be devastating and embarrassing. I'd bet he kew the answer beforehand!!

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  12. I notice there was no 'maybe' box!
    I guess Bree knows what she's getting herself into with this romantic artist.

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  13. You brightened our day by sharing it so beautifully, G!


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^= . <3 . >< } } (°>

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  14. Gotta love this! BTW, Gracie, when are you starting the 'Tour Guide' of Perths Murals? You must know them all by now.

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  15. Yes, that occurred to me about any other Bree passing by with her boyfriend. I can imagine the scene as the non Bree Bree melts with the romantic love, and then he yells, it isn't me. I didn't do it.

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  16. Romantic? You bet. But you gotta love the truth in advertising about no diamond. Hey, he's a street artist; not likely to have big bucks. But she knew that already, Thanks, Grace, for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  17. Romance is alive and well in Perth! Pity about the diamond

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  18. This 'how to bowl' website is a SPAMMER! Delete it straight away, Gracie!

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  19. What a wonderful romantic mural.
    At that could not be put on the "no".

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  20. what shall we men do to conquer a girl ? no limits !
    I like very much this post Grace, thanks for sharing :-)

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  21. A new way to be romantic! I like this very much !

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  22. I think she couldn't resist such an outstanding proposal!

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  23. hmm not sure I'm a fan of these public displays of romance.

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  24. ... and ruined a perfectly good decaying brick wall. Sheeeeesh!

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  25. Seems a little excessive. What's wrong with, "How about it, then?"?

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