I like it and I bet kids have good fun crawling through it.
I bet you know this, but I have wondered why its so called.Apparently it has its origins in horse racing circles.Fitz Gerald did later use the phrase with reference to New York in his 'Around the Big Apple', piece for the Telegraph on February 18, 1924, and that is the earliest citation we can find of it in print: "The Big Apple. The dream of every lad that ever threw a leg over a thoroughbred and the goal of all horsemen. There’s only one Big Apple. That’s New York."
I like the looks of it too. You have so many great things in NY to share with us.... I never get tired of your pictures and look forward every day to a new adventure with Lori!! :)
je ne connaissais pas du tout cette statue, elle est très belle, elle se trouve où sur Hudson River Park ? I did not know any of this statue, it is very beautiful, where it is located on Hudson River Park?
I don't know this artist. The apple has soft form, in contrast with its metallic matter. (Remembers me the futurismo of Balla .)
Cool-looking statue & great job capturing it!
NY City has the best art. It is so different from the art in Charleston. I think the local art says a lot about the people that live in a city. Thanks
that looks like a nice piece of art. the background looks good, too.
Thanks for your visits today everyone!Dave, that's interesting about the "Big Apple." I didn't know that before.Olivier, elle se trouve dans le Hudson River Park environ 10ème rue et West Drive. C'est dans le West Village.
I love this artistic feature. Great shot and the plaque was touchng.
Merci pour le renseignement, je prends note pour mon prochain voyage
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