Wordless Wednesday: Dad's Watching

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  1. Good old George!!
    Aloha, mainland-

    Comfort Spiral

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  2. Solitude and status spells the statue...

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  3. sadly it seems...
    Sandi

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  4. The intensity of a close up.

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  5. Anonymous7:09 PM

    great photo...

    i enjoy reading your blog very much...

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  6. Well he's got a satisfied look about him now don't he? Small wonder, the man slept everywhere after all.

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  7. Hey Dad, I could use some extra cash and by the way can I borrow the buggy?? tee hee...

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  8. that's a powerful statue. happy WW!

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  9. Such deep knowing eyes! ;)

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  10. He is truly watching.
    Great shots!

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  11. I thought that was george-he is famous...

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  12. Anonymous11:22 PM

    Great Photo!

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  13. The first shot, very powerful!

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  14. Excellent, very intense images, Sandy.

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  15. Those are really powerful photos ... the color and the angle.

    Happy WW! Legos and more! http://tinyurl.com/r9b6om

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  16. Happy WW! Thanks for sharing this photo :)

    I only know the face of George Washington is through the US dollar bill :)

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  17. The sculptor really captured the essence of being. Happy WW

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  18. The gaze is very real, and quite serious.
    I was probably too young, distracted to notice when I visited Independence Hall.

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  19. Or big brother ?? lol ! Nice sculpture !

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  20. A fine statue for a fine statesman.

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  21. Nicely captured angles, Sandy.

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  22. I wonder what he would think of his country now.

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  23. This is a truly powerful post Sandy.

    Great shots and I'm touched straight to my heart.

    He IS watching. Just so you know.
    Anna

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  24. Very nice captures. Well done.
    Have a wonderful Wordless Wednesday.

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  25. Nice shot! Happy WW! mine is up too.

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  26. Love your caption with these great photos! So much history in Philadelphia!


    http://blondesherry.blogspot.com/2009/08/ww-sunset-at-beach.html

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  27. Interesting shots of facial expression especially!

    I also left a comment below -- didn't realize I had missed one.

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  28. Sandy this is very cool, I love closeups so I enjoyed seeing the details!

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  29. Look at the folds in his jacket and waistcoat. Really nice pictures, Sandy.

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  30. Anonymous12:15 PM

    Woohoo! A truly great Wordless posting! Thanks for sharing.

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  31. Nice sepia tones!

    Yep, and we plebs continue to make it easier for dad to watch us too.

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  32. Nice shots of a beautiful statue. The detail in the close-up is incredible.

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  33. Sandy: If he was watching I'm sure he is saying "I started this?"

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  34. Anonymous3:11 PM

    Serene as he stands..
    In silence, he speaks the future of the country..
    Nice snap...great angle chosen for the solitude to yell in cries..:)
    Beautiful!!

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  35. He does look like he is watching-wonder if he's happy with what he sees?

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  36. Splendid,
    your WW here statues more than words can tell;-))

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  37. I just have to visit Phillie one of these days. I adore history.

    I really like the close up shot of the statue face, nice job.

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  38. Great looking pictures!

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  39. Nice choice of this week WW. Have a great day!

    Cheers,
    Nita

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  40. nice capture...i must be doing something wrong he seems to be staring...

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  41. Thank you so much for your kind words at my place. They mean a great deal to me.
    You inspire me; keep doing what you're doing.

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  42. You don't need words with photos like that Thanks

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  43. Great title. I guess I better behave.

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  44. Somehow, the title of your post and the first photo made me smile.

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