wordless wednesday

46 comments:

  1. well that is interesting...lol

    not as interesting as the time I was driving in lower Manhattan, stopped at a light looked up and saw a nekked man standing in a window, rather like those. There was just the one though...

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  2. I agree. Extremely interesting.
    We have a small museum-type building near here with manikins looking down at us, but they are all clothed.

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  3. Is that a refugee from Blue Man Group on the upper storey? Very cool!

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  4. Cool shot, I had to laugh at DS's blue man comment

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  5. They could use a little more clothing, it's a bit bazaar they are not showing off some retailer's wares.

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  6. What a unique photo. Love it. Drop by and link up! Alicia

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  7. And all the psycho mannequins lined up for the mass suicide.

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  8. This reminds me of that commercial for the shampoo back in the 80s or 70s, "and she'll tell two friends, and so on, and so on, and so on..." WAs it Breck? Anyway, the difference between this and the (maybe) Breck commercial is that although they appear to be identical, they aren't. On the surface one could easily dismiss them as all the same. Upon deeper reflection, you see they're distinct and unique. Sort of like how we view people I suppose.

    In any event, the photo is awesome.

    wv: hoscoly. Hoscoly cow that photo is pea pickin' good!

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  9. Great shot ... they all look
    a little futuristic.

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  10. Interesting. I really like that upper row the various blue mannequins. There are always so many interesting buildings in lower Manhattan, I had so much fun taking photos last time I was there (and I anticipate more the next time).

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  11. Great catch. I love that they're all slightly different from each other.

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  12. Do you sometimes get the feeling you're being watched?

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  13. Wonderful! Don't think I'd like to pass them at night though...

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  14. There are a couple of exhibitionists in there!

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  15. What an interesting shop front. Is it a clothes store?

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  16. Whoever lined these dudes up in the windows has a great sense of humor.

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  17. Awesome! And it took me a while to find the Darylization spot!

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  18. That is SO COOL. Daryl, you're such a phenomenal photographer.

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  19. This could be creepy, especially at night. But during daytime, I think it looks pretty interesting.

    Here's my WW entry for the week.

    Happy WW!

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  20. Ah-Ha! You found the Blue Man factory!

    You are so cleaver, (like on the cutting edge)

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  21. That's kind of creepy and cool at the same time! Nice shot... so much to take in!

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  22. Never know what you will find when you look up. I wonder if those mannikins dance the night away when no one is looking:-)
    JOyce

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  23. very cool!
    I wonder if they're all the mannikins that were originally situated on rooftops all over the city

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  24. OMG! I see 10 Virgin Marys!

    Nobody who hasn't read my own post will get that. You will, though ;-)

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  25. Very creative use of the manikins (is that how its spelled? I thought it had a q in it somewhere? sorry, my AD-I-see-a-squirrel-D just kicked in..) Fascinatin'!

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  26. Wow...strange. Kinda spooky if it wasn't so fashionable.

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  27. What a great shot! Funny and somewhat spooky at the same time! Like Big Brother is watching!

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  28. it was just waiting for you and you got it! xxo

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  29. Wow. That's incredible. Speaks to me of being alone in a wide-open space.

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  30. This is incredible! Nice entry for the theme. I super love it!

    Happy WW!


    Mariposa's WW!

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  31. It will piques people's interest and get them into the store. Wished I got to see this when I was in NYC.

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  32. What a fun shot. Interesting building and I did a double take before I realized they were mannequins.

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  33. They look like models from The Blue Man Group:) I love this shot. very cool.

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  34. Ohhh, I like this shot alot Daryl...

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