There’s a last lingering look at the amazing murals of Orgosolo now before we head onwards.
I love the combination of faded pastel portraits of people with the flaking, peeling paint of old doors and metal work.
Below Mahatma Gandhi ministers to the poor and dwells on the plight of the impoverished.
This colourful house is so delightful it deserves a double whammy of photos!
Musicians line the walls of this ochre coloured building hidden in a backstreet.
It is thought that the mural as a form of genuine political expression and dialogue is dwindling because, although more appear, often councils invite artists to paint to attract visitors.
Therefore sanitising and professionalising a once wild art form.
Whatever the motivations behind the murals of Orgosolo, and other bandit hill towns, they are an undeniable draw for art lovers and photographers alike.
So if you fancy an out of the way, mountain top detour to visit a former den of iniquity and banditry, you’ll love Orgosolo and its colourful art.