wordless wednesday

39 comments:

  1. yay... it only took a nanosecond
    to spot your sig..
    Is it really a Tin Man or one of
    your New Yawk street actors..??

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  2. Ooh! How'd you get that almost-too-real look? Me likey!

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  3. Oh I love this, so colourful and shiny, it brings out the bling gal in me!

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  4. I'm surprised he's not completely covered in snow.

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  5. Love it! Is it still up? I have to check now LOL

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  6. gosh, I have a very similar pic here somewhere. you have to love NYC.

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  7. How cool! I hope to take hundreds of shots when I'm in the city in the late spring. He is so sparkly.

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  8. So, you have them in your neighborhood, too.

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  9. How colourful! Is it outside Daryl or in a window?

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  10. Cool. Is he metallic or did you make him that way?

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  11. another one of those New Yorker shots sis :)

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  12. Hi;
    First time visitor -- I'll be back. In desperate need of culture now that I live in the middle of nowhere! Great photo and I knew right were it was... So, I haven't turned into a total hick. I used to work in Manhattan. Happy WW!

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  13. Frolic away (I plan to)! I'll bet he looks a little different this morning...

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  14. He's struck a fantastic pose, this tin soldier-of-fortune!

    My WW for today: When life's river takes you under, hang on to your paddle!

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  15. Now I'll be thinking of that song "One Tin Soldier" all day!

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  16. Love that texture on your tin man. What did you do?

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  17. My, that's one tall fellow.

    wv: shapleha. This winter weather has thrown a shapleha into our weekend plans, and I'm none too pleased.

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  18. Oh, I love this! Since, for me, taking a good picture means everybody still has a head, I don't know what type of application you used, but I like it. I also like that "dedelstein" was in such an unexpected place; I had to look twice to find it! :)

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  19. We really enjoyed Rockefeller Center and the ice rink when we were there. No tin soldiers at that time, though.

    Nice effect here.

    So sorry about your weather! It sounds like you are getting pounded again today!

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  20. Great holiday decoration!

    Hope you're holding up under the weather. Here's some of the fall out from our rain, which isn't nearly as bad as your blizzards.

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  21. For a minute there I thought it was part of New York's Mardi Gras.

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  22. Is it Christmas again so soon? It seems like it was .....

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  23. hee hee
    «Louis» sees that 'dedelstein' got to the tin soldier before he did!

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  24. My daughters, especially the youngest, would love this. They're into nutcrackers, and this is close enough.

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