Monday, February 13, 2012

Monday Murals - Farmers Market

Andy | Monday, February 13, 2012 | Best Blogger Tips

Another of my favorite murals from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Established in 1750, the Historic Halifax Market is located in the Keith's Brewery. The Market is the oldest continuously running market in North America. The mural is a tribute to the old market that is now getting competition from the new Seaport Market. I'm linking to Carolyn's Monday Mural.

7 comments:

  1. I LOVE the creative depiction of the food - what a neat shot! I have always wanted to visit Halifax, since a friend of mine started spending half of his time there, but have never made it yet. Maybe one day - this looks like a wonderful place to start the exploration!

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  2. I do like how even the cement bollards are painted, too!
    The inclusion of a Campbell's soup tin for a farmer's market is a bit suspect, though ;-)

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  3. That's quite a mural!

    «Louis» thanks you for your visit to San Francisco Bay Daily Photo.

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  4. This is great fun! Nice capture Andy!

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  5. This is a beauty... love it! Even the curb stops are included.

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  6. A classic mural. The juxtaposition of a modern sign with the country's oldest market is mind blowing. So glad you decided to post this one. Thank you again for continuing to participate in and support Monday Mural.

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  7. This is classic, great colors, and whimsy.

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