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Mias Hijos

My Sons.

This is a mural in the Mission district of San Francisco. I did not plan the timing of the fellow and the mural. Only when I opened the picture in Photoshop did I notice the relationship of the mural and this fellow. Note her hand reaching out to him. I got lucky.

Mias Hijos

My Sons.

This is a mural in the Mission district of San Francisco. I did not plan the timing of the fellow and the mural. Only when I opened the picture in Photoshop did I notice the relationship of the mural and this fellow. Note her hand reaching out to him. I got lucky.

comments (6)

  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 14 Apr 2007, 08:15
That is so serendipitous, John. I love it! He also lends scale to the mural, along with the parking meter.
Great wall graffiti - I like the presence of the guy here wich gives a strange effect as if the graffiti try to catch him : A good idea - A great result !
John, you have made a great capture. She is as if the painted woman wanted to go out the wall taking hold to the boy who takes a walk that way. Wonderful
Great shot.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 15 Apr 2007, 13:04
She is going to set his cap straight for him smile

Excellent picture
Hi John,

I drew the artist of this mural a few years back for my Bay Folk Sketchbook for the Chronicle.

It was great to run into you yesterday. I like the photographs. They all have your design sensibilities.

Bill

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