NOVEMBER CHALLENGE: OUTDOOR ART #5

I had to wait until early afternoon to get out for my ride and hunt for this art. That turned out for the best as that is when the sun came ;’-). It was still cold at 44 degrees when I started my ride, but I warmed up while riding and had a good solo time for myself.

This duo is on the campus of our local high school but is not one done by students. I do not who the artist is, but do know it was professionally done when the school opened.

I continued on for a few more sunny miles and passed the golf course that had no golfers, and some lifting fog. Must be too cold for them.

Got home in time for a bit of a late lunch, and I was quite hungry! Now cozy after a warm shower and mug of tea.

 

3 response to "NOVEMBER CHALLENGE: OUTDOOR ART #5"

  1. By: Lah Posted: November 11, 2018

    Really nice statue in front of the high school. While I was riding today, I noticed there are several houses in this subdivision with works of art in their yards. Not sure I have the nerve to be snapping pictures around the neighborhood though. It was in the 30’s here when I rode today. Forty-four sounds warm! ha!

    • By: NancyG Posted: November 11, 2018

      All the challenges I take part in seem to really help open my eyes to things around me that I may have simply passed by without noticing in the past. I am quite bold when it comes to taking photos of things in yards and around town, and have never found anyone even question me. In fact, there is one challenge (Ride & Seek) where I have often asked someone if I could take a photo near them or of something they are holding or wearing and they are really good about it. Of course I explain what I am doing, as I would if someone questions me about photos I am taking near them. It is amazing how nice people are and I have so enjoyed meeting each one. Try it Laura, you may be surprised ;’-)

    • By: Tony Cullimore Posted: November 11, 2018

      Art on Gardens. That reminded me that Mrs C had artistic hanging baskets in her front garden when she lived in Erskineville, NSW. They lasted until the evening before Mother’s Day !

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