Protect Our Wildlife Corridors Mural, Albuquerque, New Mexico

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Wildlife Corridors Murals, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Sandhill Crane Mural

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7 responses to “Protect Our Wildlife Corridors Mural, Albuquerque, New Mexico

  1. Kittie Howard

    Beautiful! So many elements remind me of the Tree of Life mosaics found in the Middle East. I especially find it interesting that the Tree is to the far left and the Garden of Eden snake is to the far right. The snake…which many say could actually have been a salamander, subject of many myths and legends that mostly involved fire and birth and survival, is positioned toward the tree. Interesting. Very interesting. Along with the various birds, from birds of prey to peace. Hmmmm, lots here.

    Jack, your e-mail address won’t link. Any suggestions??

    • Kittie, let me check some things out about linking with Google. May be tomorrow before I can analyze, but things will work. I’ll run my old Google blog with tests about linking.

      Quite a spectacle the mosaic. Many artists worked on it, including elementary children of Cirrelda’s school (Color of Sand Blog on my 1.0 blog list).

  2. Ruth Karbach

    This beautiful mural reached into my heart and elicited an ancestral yearning.
    Jack, your blog always inspires.

  3. So beautiful, and so necessary, the corridors… I love this mural. I love the tanager in the upper right tree branch.

  4. Hi Kristy. I am finding new things in the mural every time I pull it up. Hope all is well with you.

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