Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Wordless Wednesday

LOVE sign in New York City

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16 comments:

I'm a full-time mummy said...

Love it! I've been listening to JayZ & Alicia Key's Empire State of Mind song since yesterday so yeah, what a coincidence! Thanks for sharing!
Happy Wednesday to you from Malaysia! :)

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Sukhmandir Kaur said...

Something we all need to give and receive more of!

Yvi said...

Wonderful sculpture...

Kcalpesh said...

Incredible shot for wordless Wednesday!!

catsynth said...

I remember seeing that sculpture there many times!

Shelle said...

i have never seen that...they'res always so much to see in nyc.

Life Ramblings said...

love this symbol. thanks for sharing your world.

Sandra Collins said...

wonderful

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

We all need some big love.

rainfield61 said...

People in New York City are mostly lack of love.

This serves as a reminder.

(LOL).

RoseBelle said...

I guess it depends the mood of people when they see this sign. It could serve as a reminder to appreciate and love what they have or it could serve as a nasty reminder of love gone wrong.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

So cool, Karen. We should have one like that here out in the Haight :D

betchai said...

very interesting sign Karen, is this for the Love album?

AVCr8teur said...

When doing research for this post, I learned there are a number of these LOVE sculptures by Robert Indiana all over the world.

The first one was sculpted out of a block of aluminum in the 1960's. Sorry, I don't know about the design on an album.

It definitely doesn't hurt to have a big sculpture to remind us of love. If only they could have one in each city.

Emm said...

Aaaah, I love New York City! I'd give everything up just to move there tomorrow.

JAZEVOX said...

hopefully someday i will have the chance be able to see this nice sculpture, i like it!
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