Firstly today let me apologise in advance for the poor quality of the photos.
They were taken from the car as it travelled along the highway to the Gold Coast.
Quite some time ago, in this post, I wrote about the artwork on the noise reducing barriers that are constructed along many of our highways that go through built up area of housing.
These works of art evolve very slowly.
Some take years to complete.
They begin with building up a background then foliage and trees are added.
Sometimes it is difficult to tell if the trees are painted or real ones growing in front of the large barriers.
I have no idea who does them but it appears to be the same person/ people as the style is very similar.
Next comes the detail - often native animals and birds - but sometimes themes like beaches or a salute to our armed forces or whales.
Recently delightful portraits of children have begun to emerge from the foliage.
Such a great idea.
I love them. Don't you ?