Thursday, June 10, 2021

Seeing Street Art in the Morning

 I guess I am a little tweaked upstairs. After teaching during the most bizarre year, I decided to teach ESY. ESY is being held at middle school between the Mission District and Noe Valley in San Francisco. I haven't taught in my classroom at my school for like 15 months but do to things out-of-my control I have taught in two different classrooms in two different two schools. Oh well. 

Anyway, here is some of the great street art that I get to see on my short walk from BART to my ESY home: 

And I saw this on a truck as I was waiting for a light. 

Hopefully in August I get to head back to my classroom. That would be so nice.LOL.


  1. You got some great photos. I would love it here, I am always looking for street art :) Thanks so much for linking up to The Weekend Link Up.

  2. Those are some cool wall paintings! I have a weakness for street art and I take photos of it as soon as I find good paintings.
    I hope you will get back to your classroom soon.

  3. I love street art. I live in Bristol and we have Banksy. Sometimes we have too much graffiti but during lockdown it brightened up my walks. A local town council even employed furloughed tattoo artists to produce some murals.

  4. Interesting street art! I hope you get to teach in your school in the upcoming school year. Thank you for linking with #weekendcoffeeshare.

  5. You have a plethora of street art in a short walk. I can only imagine what other streets hold where you live. These are all well done. I also liked that Stevie Wonder made it on the side of a truck.

  6. A mural is almost always better than no mural, bur you show here some that I really like e.g. the seventh photo

  7. I love all of them. I kept thinking that's my favourite, no that is!
    I think the bird!

  8. Great finds on your walk to school. Love the truck.
    Hope you will soon be able to go back to teaching at school.
    Thanks for participating in Monday Murals.

  9. Very cool street art, Patrick. I wish we had more of it around here. It really adds lots of special interest to a town, I think. I hope you get into your teaching groove in your new environment soon! Thanks for linking.



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