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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

On Street Corners in the East Village

Mosaic in the East Village
Photo by myself in the East Village.

A number of lamp posts in the East Village are adorned with hand made mosaics commemorating New York and 9/11.

It's nice to run into these intimate creations accidentally on a street corner.


Related posts: Six Years Ago, Life Goes On, Almost and Code Yellow.


tr3nta said...

spontaneous art... thats just great.

the pleasure is mine, you have awesome photos on your blog I really enjoy...

Fredrik said...

Hi Kitty!
Yesterday I received - by surprise - the "Blogging Friends Forever" Award for my photography.
According to the rules I can now myself give this award to 5 other bloggers of my choice.
I have chosen your blog as I like your development and curiosity.
Please visit my blog and you will see your name among the 5 in question. Then it will be your turn to give the award yourself to 5 other bloggers of your choice, according to the rules you will find indicated there!
Greetings from Ystad!

Kitty said...

Thanks so much, Tr3nta

Ah...thanks Fredrik, my friend!!

Anonymous said...

I love mosaics and I also like hunting things down or coming upon them, if you know what I mean. Actually you probably don't. But my children and I often indulge in finding the posts in our city that have animal carvings on the top - there are lots of them dotted about but there seems to be no rhyme nor reason to why they are in particular places. But it is rather nice.

Olivier said...

belle mosaïque et un bel hommage.
beautiful mosaic and a beautiful tribute.

Mom Knows Everything said...

That's beautiful!

Fashion Schlub said...

I love that! It's so fun to find little surprises in your normal day...

Anonymous said...

Oh! Very nice lamp post!