wordless wednesday

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  1. I was immeadiately drawn to the mean looking teeth, but upon closer inspection the teeth turned into a whispered name!

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  2. "Do not make me come down there!"

    This guy's just a little bit creepy, D.

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  3. Love it...
    I don't think he is creepy...
    just showing off the bling in his
    mouth...

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  4. Cool.. this one is more like dedelscream ;)

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  5. not, not creepy, but striking and almost cute, in a serious way.

    It is not fair. there are so many wonderful thing to photograph in NYC as opposed to suburbia. ;-)

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  6. He needs Colgate whitening!

    PS--I saw the movie of the Time Traveler's Wife. In my opinion, while it isn't terrible or anything, it utterly lacks the soul of the book.

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  7. I'm just like Rob I. - those mean teeth had me mesmerized and perplexed, then I saw the maker's mark. Love it.

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  8. kind of freaked me out for a minute... but its an interesting thing to have on a building....

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  9. Looks like me when I see myself in the mirror in the morning.

    Somehow I quit following some people today and I'm trying to figure out who so I'm checking. I refollowed in case you're wondering why I'm following you all over again! I've lost a few followers, too. Don't know what's up but I hope it gets straightened out!

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  10. Great shot. Made me think of, my what big teeth you have.

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  11. Interesting timeless old school architecture. For all our technology we've really lost something when it comes to artistic construction.

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  12. Great capture! Nice architectural detail. :)
    Thank you very much for visiting me.

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  13. Love your signature! Makes him look a little less creepy to me =)

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  14. I love architectural details. I just finished photographing some that I will be posting in the near future. Well done. Have a wonderful Wordless Wednesday.

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  15. Is this in the US? It looks like something we saw in England. hey, drop by and link up.
    alicia

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  16. "Oh my, what beautiful teeth you have..." Clever you.

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  17. I totally agree with Rob....the very first thing I was drawn to was the TEETH!! Then I checked closer and it was the name!!! Very clever Daryl!!

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  18. Those are some scary look teeth! By the way, just came back from NYC for vacation and I love your city!

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  19. It's creepy, alright, but great pic nonetheless. :)

    Here's my WW entry for this week.

    Happy WW!

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  20. I too thought the 'teeth' were miniature versions of those spikeys they use to discourage birds!

    I have sooooo many photos of NY gargoyles, masks, etc. Love 'em.

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  21. Those faces always freak me out. Like a kid turned to stone!

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  22. Not as creepy as some gargoyles I have to say. :)

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  23. I think he just walked in on me in the shower.

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  24. ~wish there were more around...l♥♥♥ve! i too was drawn first to his teeth...a little razory looking...hhhmmm...warm wishes and brightest blessings~

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  25. I'm glad Rob pointed out the teeth since I was drawn to the cheeks. I had to go back and look closer. Good one Daryl!

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  26. Send me the zit pic. I'll photoshop it for ya!

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  27. I first saw the eyes....and then saw the teeth...that creeped me out...kind of scary..would love to know the story behind who ever created this gargoyle..

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  28. Wow! What a wonderful picture! It's very interesting to see what we find when we "look up"!

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  29. Those teeth look painful. And I mean to have in one's mouth. Yikes!

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  30. This photo reminds me of The Mouth Of Truth remember in the film "Roman Holiday". lol

    The Photo Huntress

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  31. Just stopping by to catch up on your lovely photos! I must admit that the "waiting, patiently" series is my FAVE!!!

    Miss you bunches!

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  32. His face looks like mine when I stood on my scale this AM. I loved yesterdays cartoon. It is perfect!
    Joyce

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  33. He seems to be saying, "Hey, look up here, friend!"

    Cheers,

    Ron

    http://inspiredbyron.blogspot.com/

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  34. What a cool find. I sometimes don't notice the characters in the corners of older buildings like that.
    It does look like he is speaking.

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  35. What, do you suppose, was going through the sculptor's head when he/she did this one? Maybe he/she was sitting on a tack?

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