Mosaic magic

Since I have become a bit more of a regular blogger, I’ve seen a lot of imaginative blogs in cyberspace.

I was inspired to drive around our little village and look for interesting things to photograph.

We have a Mosaic project here and the employment opportunities are endless. It beautifies the surroundings and brings tourists, Ā a valuable commodity.

A Mosaic Art tour was launched in 2013 and the Tour Guide is a crafter who delights in telling stories about every mosaic installation.

Workshops are held on certain days to teach the basics of Mosaics.

Come with me on a little tour……

Teaching family values outside the Post Office…

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The heartbeat of the Village…

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A magnificent welcome to the Veterinary Surgery…

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Beautifying our Municipal Offices….

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The War Memorial outside the Town Hall….

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This is to commemorate the World Cup that we hosted in 2010. It’s outside the Library…

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A beautiful symbol of Unity with words to inspire. If you look closely you can see Children’s hands in the cement…

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Taking a rest on the bench outside the Town Hall…

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Businesses commission the team to create Artwork for their premises…

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This is our big fish on the walkway to the beach…

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The Lovely Guinea fowl on the traffic circle in the centre of town…

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and lastly our giant Tortoise outside the Bowling club…

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I hope you enjoyed the tour šŸ™‚

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