Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Jagiello, Abingdon Memorial, and NOT for summer wear in NYC

In the course of retaking photos in TIFF format, I captured this excellent detail of King Jagiello in Central Park (Outdoor Monuments of Manhattan #39). Below is the World War I Abingdon Memorial, by Philip Martiny, at the intersection of Bleecker, Hudson and 8th Ave. This one didn't didn't make the cut for Outdoor Monuments, but it was a close call.

And finally, a cheerful group of some of America's most famous females in the window of a fur store on Houston St., Manhattan.

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