my son and I love Banksy too.I can't wait to show him this one! Thanks Daryl.
Banksy's great but it's the reflected "prick" in the window that really makes the shot so quintessentially NY.
Oh yes, me like! Well spotted.
BRILLIANT! I like that very much. What a treat for all of us. Thanks!
you may like t see these pics from the Bristol Gallery exhibition..last summerhttp://news.bbc.co.uk/local/bristol/hi/people_and_places/arts_and_culture/newsid_8096000/8096891.stmsaz xxx
Banksy is so great! Excellent shot!
Oh, Daryl. You see, this is why I began coming here in the first place. I just love that you always have the camera in the pocket and give us these great little glimpses of one of the best cities in the world.
Very cool. I noticed the reflected "prick" too.. and your own store name of course. Great shot.
A great capture. I love these shots that seem to be layered.
I really love that there is so much going on in that photo. Wonderful!
The pefect photo opportunity! :)
Great shot! You have a keen eye for the unusual
Not familiar with Banksy but definitely noticed the prick and your signature reflected. Nice!
I'm really trying to appreciate the art, but can't seem to get past the graffiti;)
Hawk Eye!I love it!<><
Sandy introduced me to Banksy a while back, and I'm finding out that I've seen a lot of his work and just didn't know it was his. Don't think this is one of those though. But it's a marvelous capture!I'm thinking the "prick" isn't a reflection, but it's not part of the artwork either. Banksy wouldn't be above using it for a caption so much, as he'd have just done a better job writing it.But the reflected sig? Brilliant!
I love all the reflections!the graffiti looks as if it has been placed there - wonderful!!
I had to look this guy up on the net. I had seen a feature on him on a Sunday news show but never held on to the name. Thanks for sharing your real experience with Banksy in his outdoor art world.
Great picture! That is what I think!!
That's a wonderful reflection. Great shot.
I love this, the reflections make this an even better picture...
Daryl, looks like we both had our minds on graffiti today. I love your shot.
Very urban.Very stylish...New York.
I love the way the reflection overlays the figure. He appears to be watching the traffic pass by.
Wonderful! Is that one inside??Coming home on American Airlines yesterday, their magazine had an article about this young woman who lives in Brooklyn and does her own kind of street art. You're going to love it! Go to americanwaymag.com and to the article "The Peter Pan Syndrome" her website: ColorMeKatie.blogspot.com
Oh, and go to the street art tab on her blog.
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