It’s the biggest one I’ve ever seen!
I went to the San Diego Festival of Science & Engineering yesterday at Petco Park.
Might as well use Petco Park for something worthwhile since the Padres don’t know how to use it!
I had to park four blocks away, not far from this mural:
I’m pretty sure it’s the biggest mural I’ve ever seen.
There are tall buildings here that have large murals on them, usually on the side of the parking garage, but they are rarely more than three stories tall whereas this one is 6½ stories tall!
It is on the southeast corner of Imperial Avenue and 16th Street:
When I got home and pulled into the parking space, there were thirteen mourning doves at the feeders and making themselves all at home in my plants:
Inevitably when there are mourning doves at the front feeders, Zoey the Cool Cat is on the office desks stalking them.
Usually she can be seen from outside but I didn’t see her anywhere.
I knew something was wrong.
Then, as the last mourning dove flew away, up popped some ears and eyes from behind the computer monitor:
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Posted on March 24, 2013, in Birds, Fauna, Manmade, Mother & Father Nature, Out & About, Photos and tagged building murals in san diego, mourning dove pictures, san diego festival of science and engineering, zoey the cool cat pictures. Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.