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Tag Archives: metal
Walking on the Creekwalk near West Fayette Street in Syracuse, New York, I came upon the blue serpent sculpture you see here. An example of public art. I got curious as to the serpent’s origin, I did some snooping on … Continue reading →
A new parade has come to the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World this Spring. The Festival of Fantasy is both colorful and big! Every float has movements incorporated into its design. Things and characters swing, spin and expand as … Continue reading →
Having previously shared the view of the whole buildings at Syracuse University, I thought I would show you some details from each today. Colorful Boston Ivy on the Hall of Languages. The ivy was about the only colorful living thing … Continue reading →
During a lunch break at work, I wandered around the plant and came upon a brick of metal cans from rejected sodas ready to be sent to the recycling facility. In the past, I would have not given the brick … Continue reading →