Wordless Wednesday: Images on a Bank in Waterbury Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps By SandyCarlson - October 07, 2008 Wordless Wednesday Wordless Wednesday Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps Comments Marilyn12:10 AMIt feels like there's all kinds of symbolism I'm missing the point of... but they are nice to look at.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPietro Brosio12:49 AMThese images are very harmonious and pleasant.Winning post, Sandy.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown1:12 AMYou find the most interesting things! Very nice!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplymagiceye4:40 AMwow! awesome!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyNapaboaniya.Elaine Ling4:43 AMI'm sure they all mean something, but I'm clueless...Happy WW!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyArt and Poetry4:57 AMNice pictures! looks like two Griffon in the top one.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDigital Flower Pictures5:47 AMI have probably walked by those 50 times and never noticed them. Very nice capture, exposure and composition is great.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyJuliana6:08 AMthat is nice of arts...thanks drop at my ww post.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyanthonynorth6:11 AMThere seems to be so many different cultures represented there. Marvellous.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplySusan at Stony River6:17 AMWere Commerce and Labor the only ones there, or are there more? I love it when Art can be present in other aspects of our lives, even somthing as irritating (to me) as banking--thanks for sharing!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyRhonda Gales 6:18 AMVery unique and interesting art work for a bank. I love the detail.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous7:20 AMinteresting how you were able to select the most interesting parts of the building! have a good week, sandy!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyMojo7:40 AMI love architectural details like this. They don't bother with them on modern buildings... I guess they'd cost too much.Nice captures!BlogBlast for Peace - 11.6.2008ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyCarver9:21 AMThat's very beautiful and so interesting that it's on a bank. You have a great way of capturing details wherever you are.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplySandi McBride9:45 AMI like wordless Wednesday...I get to see so many new things. Great post for that very reason!SandiReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous10:07 AMLove the symbols-makes me wonder what they think about our present banking crisis.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplytigerfish11:43 AMIntricate carving and art.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLin Floyd12:04 PMvery interesting, not sure what they have to do with banking maybe it's just artsy?ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous12:14 PMThese are beautiful Sandy! Happy WWReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous12:28 PMBelle serieReplyDeleteRepliesReplyjams o donnell3:06 PMbuildings anymore. Happy WWReplyDeleteRepliesReplyCath4:47 PMAmazing images. They make me want to do "brass rubbings". :0)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyHootin' Anni5:56 PMFabulous art work...this is a bank? Whoa...I love it.I was out of town on Monday and I need to catch up...I'm gonna go searching for "My favorite things" now.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyBernie7:24 PMThey are lovely...Cool shots, ours is up as well at burntofferings and more at bernies fotoblog.Have a great WW!!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPERBS9:08 PMNice to be so observant. I wonder how many actually see the art on the building?ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyRiverPoet9:33 PMBeautiful!Peace - DReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLori10:18 PMGreat shots. Very cool..Happy WW:)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown10:34 PMThese don't fit on a bank, they're very nice though!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown10:37 PMi wonder what these work of art depicts. looks like it is portatrying those times when people are exploring other islands.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAndrea10:38 PMGreat pictures, as usual! :) Just think of all the history behind those!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous11:14 PMJudging from these images, Sandy, I'd say that the banks in Waterbury are classier than the banks here. Happy WW.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplySreisaat11:16 PMNice pieces of carvings... A lot of people come in and go out of banks but I bet a lot of them don't even notice the carvings. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyabb11:30 PMBeautiful brass reliefs...Is the bank still in business today? (sigh)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyYellowRose1:00 AMBeautiful works of art! Happy Wednesday!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyeastcoastlife1:49 AMMade of brass or wood? Anyway, they are beautiful and looks great on a bank. :)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAfter Hours2:08 AMHistorical buildings are great art sites, now buildings are kinda just put together without much thought to beauty and meaning.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplycatsynth2:18 AMThose are very impressive images.I wonder what they represent for the bank, though...ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown2:57 AMHappy WW! Very unique images...I invite your blog readers to see one result of our nation's economic crisis ... the Zero-Dollar bill. (smile)peace, VillagerReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous5:07 AMCool... very classic and historical.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyearthlingorgeous6:28 AMInteresting images on a bank I should say hmmmm looks like the interior designer was in to egyptian or greek designs :)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous7:06 AMLove the details. Great selections.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous7:07 AMVery nice! I'm not sure what it means though... Mine is posted HERE. Hope you drop by! Happy WW!~ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyToni7:30 AMVery interesting! Happy WW!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyCK Ng7:32 AMNice images. Thanks for your visit earlier. Happy WW! :)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDrillerAA7:52 AMThese are wonderful images. I would love to see the rest of the building.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous10:03 AMThese are very interesting, Sandy. There is surely a story to go with them, yes?ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyCamera Totin' Idiot11:25 AMCool.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDaisy12:09 PMThose are works of art! But they do not seem very bank-like.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyShannon1:47 PMMy bank isn't that pretty, it's more... square and brown and boring!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous1:57 PMWonderful photos! this only shows that we can find art everywhere - if we really look for it :-)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous2:25 PMI don't know exactly where Waterbury is, but it sounds British. The first image looks very East Indian to me.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyGretchen3:13 PMGreat photos!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplydixymiss3:23 PMVery interesting works. Brass cast? Too bad today's modern architecture largely embraces the utilitarian vs. artistic. Great catch!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown3:26 PMbanks usually have precious collections of arts. i see most banks do. sad thing is, most banks don't allow just anybody to take photos of them. much so allow cameras inside their premises. back in the philippines, banks do not allow camersa, even cellphones, inside. am not sure here in canada if they do have the same policy. but am sure they, too, restrict taking photos inside. even some malls, too.these are great collections. and great shots, too.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplystoryteller4:54 PMI enjoyed these three photos and the ‘brass horse’ in your previous post. I’ve got to start carrying my camera with me … just because. I’m anything BUT wordless on both blogs today.Hugs and blessings,ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyYolanda5:07 PMI love the images you see on old building. Thanks for sharing these.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyA Colorful World6:49 PMThese are beautiful images too...it's wonderful the things you can find if you choose to really SEE.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyCascia Talbert6:50 PMThose are beautiful. Happy WW! Sorry mine is late.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyJulia Phillips Smith9:08 PMWow - these are fantastic. Somehow I don't think the ultra-spare modern logos will be as interesting 100 years from now...ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyGabriel10:30 PMLoved the pictures. Beautiful sculptures. Thanks for dropping by; I hope you had a great WW day!My WW post...ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous10:34 PMIntricate carvings! They are all lovely and interesting.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLara4:44 AMis this an old bank? in here, the banks are all modern, steel and glass.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyGeraldine 1:34 PMMy goodness these are lovely. Such artistry, thanks for sharing Sandy.HUGS, GReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnnie Jeffries7:14 PMI wish we did more of this today. So beautiful. I would love to work in such a building.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPMKU1:09 AMThese are amazing. I love the detail. Happy WW and thanks for stopping by my blog.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAdd commentLoad more... Post a Comment Thanks for being here.