Port Gibson Mississippi, the town that General Grant said was "too beautiful to burn".
This mural depicting an historic event in the civil rights movement was in their small downtown plaza.
Do click on the photo to better admire the quality of the work done here.
The nearby plaque told the story which I found interesting. I never knew this occurred.
As I was leaving town I saw this mural, so large I was unable to get it all in with a straight on shot.
Another worth clicking on to fully appreciate the colors.
I'll break it down in two photos.
The rusty corrugated tin roof just ads to this mural.
Here is a list of the artists involved with this project.
I included it just to show the imaginative names.
For more murals go to Oakland Daily Photo