wordless wednesday

31 comments:

  1. love, love, LOVE this!!!

    funny word verification,eviligib

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  2. excellent. You have to love that people once built buildings that included things like that wonderful creature.

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  3. Wow.

    Except for a second I thought of the flying monkeys from the Wizard of Oz.

    Still, wow.

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  4. Super.. Always something great to see in
    your city .

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  5. I rode one of those once, but it was in my sleep.

    Have a terrific WW. :)

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  6. Look OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!




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  7. wow! what imagination that sculptor had!
    wv: sneat- That'sneat

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  8. I am a gargoyle freak. My friend and I went around (was it the Upper West Side) photographing lots of them....many were on, I believe, the French Cultural Center...might be wrong, but it makes sense!

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  9. What an interesting creature. I almost get a sense of it trying to get inside the sphere.

    Happy WW. Mine is up, too:
    http://www.ptank.com/blog/2010/11/wordless-wednesday-hunters-point-moon/

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  10. Wow! Look at the chompers on that thing!!! You find the coolest things to photograph!!

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  11. Oh my! I would definitely think twice before walking under THAT!

    Great shot!

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  12. I love the gargoyles/statues in NYC. The buildings are so classic with them.

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  13. gargoyles are so cool and this one is a beauty!!

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  14. I love gargoyles. It so pays to look up, eh? :)

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  16. this is a nice way to end my Wednesday, seeing this wonderful gargoyle.

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  17. Great statue. It looks like the statue spotted something and is getting ready to take off.

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  18. Cool. I love gargoyles and that sort of thing. We don't have too much of that in our architecture in Montana. That was one nice thing about going to Europe when I was a student. I miss those types of details on buildings.

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  19. I noticed quite a few of these in front of buildings during my NYC visit. They give the building facade character.

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  20. Why is the theme from "Ghostbusters" running through my head ;)
    Great shot!

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