On the 27th of January, my family and I went on a trip around Estepona on foot on a hunt for murals, some old, some only a few years old. There were many of them, and you could go on for ages just wandering around, your eyes darting around like hummingbirds, attempting to spot the unique graffiti.
These murals often represent a period or occurrence in the town, or, occasionally, something actually in the town. My personal favourite was the “Future Flower”, as it was placed in front of a physical model of it, and it had a very smooth and calm colour shade and palette, with a good amount of depth.
Writing and photography by Frederick Sharp (Year 7)