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Sunday, August 17, 2014

Monday Mural


Codaz, Nebraska

A big mural that I still could not get it all in one shot even when standing across the highway.

The art club of Codaz has been around for a number of years.

The Lincoln Highway (Hwy 30) runs right through the Great Plains town of Codaz, population right at 4000.  Interstate 80 which took over traffic from the Hwy 30, missed Codaz completely.
I'm sure the residents didn't mind one bit.
The weeds are a nice added touch.

For more murals check out Oakland Daily Photo Monday Mural



14 comments:

  1. This is a really nice mural. Love all these western themes you find.

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  2. that looks lovely - even the weeds

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  3. For a small town, it is clear Cozad has quite a history. Good idea to commemorate it in a mural. Thanks, John, for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  4. Cool! I lived at the very beginning of the Lincoln Hwy in Philadelphia where it begins as Lancaster Pike



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  5. Nice mural with a bit naive touch. I like it.

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  6. That is sure a huge mural with a lot of nice details. The adding of the weeds is superb!

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  7. A great result by the artist...wonder how long it took?

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  8. Just saw wagons on Sherry's blog last week from Scott's Bluff, nice to see them again and think of the pioneers.

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  9. you're right about the growth in front. :) nice mural and nice on-going project!

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  10. Without sounding negative, I'd like to say that it looks really cool even though it is poorly drawn. I guess that's what makes it cool.

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  11. Oh that's very cool John.. many little historical insights into life in Codaz over the years. Excellent find!

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  12. That is a fabulous mural...those weeds look like theya re part of the picture.

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  13. This mural is wonderful, John. Some I don't like but this one I do.

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