Whimsical indeed Lulu, I like it a lot..and I'm guessing the chances of spotting a celebrity in Tribeca are extremely high! Mmmmm would be fun to check out Leonardo up close haha!
Una simpática foto.Un saludo: Angel
I would say the artist had a sense of humour.
Cool. I really like Tribeca (a Manchester bar is named after it) and also your Chelsea, though it's 8 years now since I have been to dear ol' NYNY...
PerthDailyPhoto - thanks! The chances of spotting a celebrity are indeed pretty high :)) I'm one of the old fogeys who still remembers Tribeca being not that expensive...how times change!a.s.m. - thanks very much!Andy - I agree! Thank you for dropping by here.Chrissy - hope you'll make it back! Tribeca and Chelsea are terrific neighborhoods, both have changed a bit in the past 8 years and great to visit :)
I love this statue! How fun.
When I saw the thumbnail, I just couldn't wait to 'click' on it. I'm smiling!!!!!!
this would be a lot of fun to see!it looks like the work of Tom Otterness?
Randy - thanks, it's a fun part of town!LOLfromPasa - it was a sweet sight and hard to resist just taking a quick shot! :)hamilton - it's a great area to visit! And I'm pretty sure it's Tom Otterness (who despite a checkered past has quite a lot of work installed throughout NY, popular for that whimsical touch - this one was near a school)
This guy is great!
Wow! So nice!I collect frogs and would love to have this one!
I too love frogs and I do love this. I knew De Niro lived there but not about most of the others.
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