This mural is the work of Australian street artist, Gus Eagleton. He studied Fine Arts and Visual Arts in Brisbane, where he now lives, though you’ll spot his work in many cities around the world.
His illustration of the impact of pollution on our health, is well positioned at the top of Rivington Street, one of the roads that is included in the Ultra Low Emission Streets (ULEV) project in London. During peak hours, only low emission vehicles are allowed on these streets – no petrol, no diesel, and no old hybrid systems.
Welcome to One Word Sunday, and over to all of you to join the challenge with your own pollution post.
To join the challenge, please create a new post based on the theme (as wide an interpretation as you like) and use a pingback by putting a link in your post to the URL of this post. This allows others to have the opportunity to visit and join the challenge. Then come back here and leave us a comment.
WordPress have recently admitted intermittent issues with ping backs vanishing (April 2019) so do feel free to also add your URL to your comment over here – I’d rather see you twice than not at all!–
Thanks to everyone who brought us a tower or two last week – it was great to see so many types, sizes and locations. Special mention to Pat for her wildlife penthouse; and to Jason who popped out to get us an observation tower at Gettysburg.
If you didn’t have chance to check them out, the links are below.
Brian at Bushboy’s World
David Meredith’s Photo Blog
Eklastic at Pictures Imperfect
Heart to Heart
IJ at Black Body
Janet at This, That and the Other Thing
Jason at Proscenium
Ken at Pictures without Film
Little Pieces of Me
Maria at Kamerapromenader
Marion at Figments of a DuTchess
Pat at Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss
Photo Robert’s Blog
Sandy at Out of My Write Mind
Sue at Words Visual
The Blog of Hammad Rais
Yvette at Priorhouse Blog
Copyright Debbie Smyth, 5 May 2019
Posted as part of One Word Sunday and Monday Mural