three

After 
you get to the 
Brooklyn side 
of the bridge
 you walk
 down stairs
  to your left 
on Prospect Street
bear around the corner
keep to the right
on 
Old Fulton Street

 just 
when 
you are thinking 
you might be lost 
these 
three
 are there
 to point the way


they seem to be saying
yes, 
this is the way
 to 
Brooklyn Bridge Park
have a nice visit

and I did


Googled and Googled
and
 could not come up
 with
any
artist
 for this piece
 if anyone knows
 anything
about it
 and
 can share
I would appreciate it!

15 comments:

  1. An interesting piece. I wonder why they didn't make the proportions accurate. The adult body is six and a half to seven heads tall.

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  2. that is so cool, I love seeing things from my mom's old stomping grounds since she isn't here to tell me about them I always feel a little smile in my heart...thanks D.

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  3. nice ...like Victorian silhouettes...good that one is pointing the way!

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  4. I have to agree with what they might be saying, and how perfect is that??

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  5. How long does it take to walk across the Brooklyn Bridge?

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  6. Daryl, interesting. I like! A lot! You really drew me in to the shot!

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  7. If I were the artist, I would have wanted something stating that I did the work. I tried to google for you too, but couldn't find anything.

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  8. I have never walked the Bridge..I will
    have to do it one day and let those three point the way. :-)

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  9. Love that story.. doesn't it drive you nuts when you can't find any information like that??

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  10. It's always good to come across a guiding 'finger' Daryl. I agree that it does have a Victorian feel to it, so annoying when there's no info to be found.

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  11. love this...
    hate finding some interesting piece and
    no info tag...

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  12. Nifty find. Have you found out anything yet?

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