Public Art

Tyrtle
Sand Turtle

Dale offers “public art” as the prompt for this week’s Cosmic Photo Prompt.

What you see above is part of a rather large sand turtle that lasted about a day at Myrtle Beach before the tide washed it completely away.

Below is a flower painted under a bridge that went over a brook for trains passing through an Illinois forest preserve. The forest trail following the brook went under this bridge. The graffiti kept changing over the period of time I walked that trail. I imagine by now that flower, like the sand turtle, is no longer there.

Flower

Whispers and Echoes recently published a 100-word story of mine called Spotting the Heretic. I am grateful to the editor, Sammi Cox, for selecting it. If you would like to submit very short stories or poems here are the guidelines.

Author: Frank Hubeny

I enjoy walking, poetry and short prose as well as taking pictures with my phone.

10 thoughts on “Public Art”

  1. A turtle from Myrtle, excellent. Graffiti can brighten up the most industrial of landscapes.
    Thank you, Frank.
    The somewhat dystopian installation on the disused tennis court, with the guy throwing rocks, that entire piece is called “Welcome to the third millennium” and it’s one of my favourites.

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    1. Yes, the sooner we recognize what Jesus has to offer the better and the more use we can be to Him.

      I was listening to Peter Wyns lectures on Revelation and plan to read his book Unexpected Fire. He has an interesting view on the Great Tribulation. More people will be saved during that period than lost.

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