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Monday, April 20, 2009

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Clueless in Boston

I like books, but must admit never to having seen one so large before. Great way to start of the week.

Catherine

So much reminiscent than a statue !
I like it very much. The cover evolves with the light and shadows. An interesting work-art.

Aileni

What a worthy memorial - and a worthy picture.
I know the name but not the work - obviously much loved.

RuneE

A very interesting and special sculpture - nice capture!

Dagrun

Love the shadows from the threes on the statue.

Nicole

Oh, that's for once a monument I really like. It is a lovely tribute to a good writer!
Lovely shot as well. I totally like the game sun and shadows are playing!

cieldequimper

Very nice memorial. As for the man himself, I shall now discover him (making mental note to add to list of books to buy).

Shuttercow

Fascinating! I will try to read more of O.Henry. Keep it up!

Carver

Great shot for monochrome and an interesting post. I always learn so much at your site.

Pagan Sphinx

What a wonderful tribute you've created to this great American writer. I'm a huge short story fan. Thank you so much for this wonderful post!

Daryl

Great post .. excellent photo

East Gwillimbury WOW!

Looks great in B&W. Wonderful angle you chose to take this photo from.

Nikki

I've not lived here long enough to have seen the monument in the course of things yet, but I am currently two-thirds of the way through a book of O. Henry stories that I picked up at a local used book shop. Thanks for introducing me to this local attraction!

sunnymama

What an interesting monoument! It makes a wonderful monochrome subject. I love the composition of this picture with the tree in front and the buildings and sky behind.

bettyl

Great contrast for a great author's honor. Can't wait to see more of the tribute to him.

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