sunday shadows - crows and apples


If 
I already 
posted 
this photo

apologies

 its another 
of 
Peter Woytuk's sculptures 
his signature 
crow and apples

 this one is on the triangle 
traffic 
median
at the junction 
of 
Broadway and Columbus Avenue
just across 
from 
Lincoln Center 

one of those shadows is mine


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26 comments:

  1. love these sculptures... traveling or permanent display ??

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  2. I see your shadow there Daryl. I love the sculpture and what a brilliant spot, creates the perfect backdrop for the piece. Hope you're enjoying your weekend.

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  3. signature. . . . what would mine be I wonder?
    You've got ToonMan & Water Towers. . .


    Aloha from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral

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  4. What a lovely shadow you make:) I can see why this is his signature piece - he is a fabulous artist...I think this might be my favorite of his work...

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  5. Yes!
    I can see you on the right --what fun.

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  6. You may post the photo as many times as you like. Wonky is good!!

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  7. What a placid sight in the midst of the cacophony of the Big Apple!

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  8. I love that your city is so full of magic like this.

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  9. Love it. (And I don't recall seeing it before!)

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  10. I like that very much. Not much on sculpture or modern art stuff, but I really like that. Could be the apples which I LOVE! Have a great day!

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  11. Great sculpture.
    I love the spot you were standing on to get this shot. If he could fly...it looks like he is deciding which path to take.

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  12. What a fun sculpture! For a split second I thought the bird was real.

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  13. Daryl, very interesting! I like the way the two street converge on the statue! Great shot!

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  14. A colourful street display! Certainly brightens the converging streetscape! The dark shadows highlight the red and green!

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  15. Interesting and beautiful sculpture.

    Regards and best wishes

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  16. You're a peach for posting this. I live in the city through you! Great sculpture!

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  17. What an interesting and different piece of sculpture. I have never seen anything like it.

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  18. Hmmm... it's very eye-catching, but I think I prefer the simpler ones with the larger animals better.

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  19. That's great, I thought that crow was real for a moment.

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  20. Fun. I love finish (if that's right word) on these sculptures and the colors.

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  21. I love this sculpture and would never get tired of looking at it. So post away!!

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  22. Looks like the crow is trying to decide which road to fly... Looks like an iphoneographer shadow I see!

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  23. Crows are wonderful creatures.. I love big apple crow.

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