A lady with flowers in her long flowing purple hair.
Late this morning I went to the San Diego Tet Festival at Mira Mesa Community Park. (I’ll blog about that shortly.) Hoping to avoid crowds, I parked a distance from the park before the festival opened, then spent a half hour or so walking around the area.
I was happy to spy a whole bunch of cool street art in the vicinity of Mira Mesa Boulevard and Camino Ruiz! Naturally, I had to take some photos!
Lovely street art painted on a transformer box in Mira Mesa.
A tree behind a white fence seems to bear pencils.
Are mushrooms sprouting from the nearby grass?
A seeming dream takes the form of mazy images. This street art is on a utility box near the intersection of Mira Mesa Boulevard and Camino Ruiz.
Just a big heart and simple blocks of bright color.
Looks like a Chargers bolt. Unfortunately, San Diego’s NFL football team bolted.
One Love and many symbols atop a utility box in Mira Mesa.
A painted Asian landscape. Mountains rise from turbulent water.
Another side of the same dramatic box.
A happy mug of coffee gives a wink near muffins, beneath musical notes.
Happy food and drink!
A happy face on a blue teacup!
Kid with phonograph sits at base of a pagoda in this unique street art.
A bunch of colored circles.
A red, geometric, minimalist bit of street art.
Colors pieced together like stained glass, and a rising koi on this utility box.
Koi, water, sun and clouds.
I can’t quite make out the beginning of what is written. I can read: Mira Mesa remain Strong, Brave and Proud!
Two colorful electrical boxes along Mira Mesa Boulevard.
Looks like a hip hop kid with a big funky cap.
An old school phonograph!
Looks like one of those trick squirting flowers.
Two beautiful flowers.
This puzzle-like street art looks both ancient and alien.
A touching image of a young girl. She seems to sit alone on the sidewalk.
Abstract hills, trees and blue beams of sunshine.
More cool street art in Mira Mesa.
A flying saucer cat and an orange tabby that doesn’t appear amused.
A smiling girl astronaut among happy colorful stars.
A dog in a space helmet joyfully rockets above a ringed planet.
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