Tuesday, June 15, 2021

In memory of..

 

Spotted the beautifully painted mural on the wall of the Federal Hotel.the last time we were in Fremantle. In memory of a woman who obviously loved all aspects of nature and by the dates shown passed away far too young. Life is so often not fair. Painted in 2020 and signed by GABD. Happy Tuesday, take care and stay safe..

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28 comments:

  1. What a beautiful mural, but so sad the lady it honors died so young.

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  2. Beautiful mural and a great tribute to her.

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  3. ...Trish will be remembered!

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  4. A beautiful tribute to a person who passed way too soon.

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  5. That is lovely, Grace. So sad.

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  6. Gosh that is quite a sensational memorial. Trish will definitely not be forgotten as long as it's displayed on the wall.

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  7. Nicely done, although I am not sure about the echidna resting against bare skin.

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  8. Dearest Grace,
    Trish's name got spread and thus her memories; which is very good!
    A soul never dies...
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  9. Great mural! Thank you for sharing.

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  10. That's a stunning memorial - better than a lump of stone in a cemetery.

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  11. Beautiful mural, Grace, but my heart just shrank upon how young this woman had to go. I have tears in my eyes, yes, life at times is not fair, great tribute.

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  12. Oh this is a beautiful one Grace!

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  13. Huge murals like this amaze me! Just beautiful.

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  14. A beautiful memorial and mural.

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  15. What a beautiful tribute Grace, she was so young. Love the animals all around her.
    Thanks for contributing to Monday Murals.

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  16. What a great tribute to a beautiful woman.

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  17. What a lovely painting and beautiful tribute.

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  18. It's definitely a fabulous mural and a loving tribute to this woman.

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  19. A lovely mural in remembrance.

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  20. That is brilliant. Cheers Diane

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