My World Tuesday: Lawn Art in Woodbury

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These are two sculptures on Main Street in Woodbury. The silver fish keeled over sometime during the weekend, sadly. Maybe he just had a little meltdown or discovered he really can't walk. Don't know. The friendly dude with the Saab cap greets me ever morning on my way to work. A smile I can count on!

My World Tuesday

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  1. I'm sure there has to be a story behind the fish in the yard. I can see why 'Saab-Man' brings a smile each day.

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  2. Cool.

    Fish out of water tend to end up on their sides.

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  3. What a friendly looking chap in that first photo. The whale looks like it is giving itself up for sacrafice. Happy MW Tuesday on Monday.

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  4. What a great smile to start your day! He does look like the friendly sort! And, yep, a fish out of water!! Fun looks at your world today, Sandy! Hope your week is off to a great start!

    Sylvia

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  5. Ooooooh. That art is lovely. I wonder if someone can stand the fish up again?
    Maggie X

    Nuts in May

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  6. A smile you can count on! Nothing more friendly than that. :)

    Gotta feel a little sad for the keeled over fish, though.

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  7. Beautiful works of art.

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  8. Sandy: Cool captures of the art work, too bad the fish keeled over.

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  9. Great "Lawn Art" or "Yard Art" as I call it Sandy! :)

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  10. Beautiful friendly "worker". The fish needs water!!
    Luiz Ramos

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  11. I'm glad I wasn't close to the silver fish when he keeled over! Smiles to you, Sandy!

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  12. Very interesting metallic sculptures here. Arts can be fascinating thing to admire.

    Thanks for the visit Sandy. Can't help smiling.

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  13. Very interesting and friendly art!

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  14. I have so many ideas how to recycle my stuff but I think my neighbors would not appreciate it lol
    Its funny how much intolerance exists today in what is supposed to be a tolerant nation.

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  15. I love this whimsical yard art, especially the friendly dude with the Saab cap. The fish is great too but I think I might be intimidated by a fish that size.

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  16. nice ideas! I wonder thou what's with the fish :)

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  17. Anonymous4:20 PM

    It seems the fish may be all a flounder!

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  18. I think the fish expired in sympathy with his brethern in the gulf.

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  19. Fun pictures, I don;t know about this art. :)))

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  20. Anonymous4:39 PM

    I really like the gas attendant tin. Pretty cute.

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  21. fun sculptures, at least your fish isn't covered with oil or tar. Like the smiling man.

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  22. yes, that SAAB gas jockey would give me a smile every morning, too!

    and word verification is 'saucy'
    he probably is saucy fella!

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  23. How fun. I bet he evokes a lot of smiles... mine included.

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  24. These are amazing!

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  25. Great sculptures, very unusual. They make for very fun photos.

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  26. Very unique sculptures.

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  27. A great work of art! Beautiful!

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  28. Cool and cute sculpture. Your flag is also waving.
    Great world Sandy.

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  29. the first one is very very interesting
    nice day, Sandy
    http://graceolsson.com/blog/2010/06/jennifer-hallbergcelebrate-life/

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  30. The tin man is adorable. Must make for good conversation.
    Cheers.
    Melbourne Daily Photo

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  31. Well . . the fish was dead anyway but be careful the bowser man doesn't follow you home one night.

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  32. Hi Sandy;) I decided to visit again today after a long absence and am I glad I popped into your blog. So interesting and beautifully captured as always, How are you, Sandy? Blessings from Jo (Sudan)

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  33. i like the first one. the second one looks like a good sculpture where i can actually lie down.

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  34. Did some one really make the fish, or is it a big rock? I went to the mountains, and there was a big rock which almost looked like that.

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  35. Interesting and nice works of art!

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  36. Great photos, maybe the fish is morphing into a halibut! When they are born they look like other fish but as they grow their one eye migrates to the other side and they swim around just like this fella!!!
    Smiles

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  37. How unique ! I've never seen anything quite like that fish, in any position.

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  38. Oh how funny. I wish I could see those in person.

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