I spent a few hours on Sunday walking along the waterfront on San Diego Bay looking at the newest installment of the Urban Trees. This is the 7th round of sculptures - this batch will be here until October of 2011. The sculptures are set in large planter boxes along the waterfront walkway.
This one is called One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish.
A locked birdcage, but with all the birds sitting outside.
Click here to see more images of the Urban Trees and from my walk along the Waterfront, including a quick visit to the San Diego Maritime Museum.
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Sunday, January 16, 2011
San Diego Waterfront and Urban Trees
Posted by Frank B. Baiamonte at 10:07 PM
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Great shots, Frank. We'll have to get down there to see the art.ReplyDelete
Beautiful day to enjoy the Urban Trees. I like your take on them Frank.ReplyDelete