April 23, 2012

But the Future Is Yours to Choose - Mural Visayas II

Cebu, 2011

As my small tribute to Earth Day 2012 (yesterday, April 22) I post this mural found on a public wall in Cebu. The future is ours to choose, indeed.

It's my second mural from the Visayas region of the Philippines. I provided some background information on my first post here.

Joining Monday Mural where you'll find links to beautiful, creative, funny or thought-provoking murals around the world.

16 comments:

Chrissy Brand said...

I like the artwork and the message.

Chrissy from Manchester: a photo a day at Mancunian Wave

Andy said...

The mural has a good message but it won't work. Now of days people are so divided.

Linda said...

A very nice mural...but sad to see the graffiti on it.

Kaori said...

How beautiful! I love the way it was painted. And true words!

Halcyon said...

A very pretty mural and I like the sentiment! :)

Oakland Daily Photo said...

An interesting image to contemplate the idea of free will. Do you think the woman is pregnant with possibility? The theme is something to think about. I went back and read your link and like the way it oriented me to the geography related to your Visayas series. I'm surprised at the tagging, since there is a code that seems to be honored in most places, that one does not tag over a mural. Sigh. Thanks, Francisca, for sharing this with us and participating in this week's meme.

Kay L. Davies said...

Wonderful words and a beautiful mural. Yes, too bad someone had to try to ruin it.
K

RedPat said...

Quite lovely but too bad about the tagging!

ewok1993 said...

very very nice. happy earth day.

NixBlog said...

Lovely mural. Pity about the defacement by the taggers...

Dyanna said...

I may be being too literal here. I was thinking that the mural had both religious and pro-choice messages at the same time.

Vicki/Jake said...

wise words and beautiful talent....

La Principessa Errante said...

What an absolutely stunning message. Really makes you think.

Ebie said...

Sigh, for the graffiti. Its very beautiful.

A very poetic message.

Pat Tillett said...

A great message! Too bad some idiot had to tag on it.

JM said...

The plants next to the mural add so much to the photo!