Monday, 17 May 2021

Taupo Trout Mural


There are literally murals all over Taupo and when we were there on holiday I spotted this painting on the side of a cabinet (we can't work out whether it's a phone cabinet or what) of 2 Trout swimming. If you don't know much about Taupo it's a freshwater lake that is well known for Trout fishing and apparently you need a licence to go fishing there. 

Linking up with Mural Monday.

16 comments:

Mae Travels said...

Paintings on utility boxes are becoming more and more wonderful! I had two of them today too, and there are many in our town.

best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

William Kendall said...

Very well done.

Megan Gutsell said...

I'm loving painted utility art. I've never seen this kind of box before either but different countries will have different shapes. Ours are tall and oblong. They're very trusting to make one with windows 🤣

Tom said...

...boy that's well done!

Susan Heather said...

That is beautiful.

Iris Flavia said...

You need a license here, too, for fishing. Oh, I shouldn´t have clicked to enlarge. Now I have that song in my mind - earworm-alert!!! I didn´t even like the movie (though actually it was some message).

Bertiebo said...

Paintings like that brighten up our world

orvokki said...

Very beautiful.

Sami said...

Love those painted utility boxes. The trout are beautifully done too.
Thanks for participating in Monday Murals Amy.

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

It's a beautiful trout and a lovely use of the utility box.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

That's beautiful!!

Sharon said...

That is beautifully done. It's so lifelike.

bill burke said...

Very pretty!

NatureFootstep said...

unusual art for a mural. :) COOL!

Tigger said...

Thats a truly fabulous one

carol l mckenna said...

another lovely mural of the awesome fish ~ Xo

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