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Friday, 10 October 2014

Bear


Of course I only discover the giant bear on the last day it will be standing here.  I might just go back and see if they (whoever they may be) have changed their minds and the bear will not go into hibernation during winter.  Quite like the idea of a bear covered in snow (assuming we get snow this winter).  He is (or was) standing on the corner of Oxford St and Quebec St a sculpture created by artist Nick Bibby.

13 comments:

Stefan Jansson said...

Nice place to tie your shoes.

Bill Nicholls said...

Impressive, just think what he would look like at street level

j.c.deane said...

Hope there were no bears flying over - looking for a mate.
Sorry: I have a plastic kestrel hanging in the garden to keep the cats away - and each year a few real ones touch down to investigate.
Oh dear...the way my mind works is embarrassing.
How are you?
It's been a while.

Andy said...

This bear looks like he means business.

Jenny Woolf said...

Never seen this! another one to look out for, Mo

perambulatingphotographer said...

There are so many interesting thing in London. I look forward to being there next week.

Lois said...

He is a magnificent looking creature standing up there! Too bad he is not a permanent fixture.

llandudnopictures said...

Very impressive!

Babzy said...

great sculpture ,i like to little men at its feet ;)

William Kendall said...

Quite a sculpture, and having the people in the shot really gives it scale. I wouldn't have known there was a Quebec Street in London.

Gunn said...

Nice sculpture and interesting to see the two men in action, plus the size of the sculpture too.

GOD HELG!

Sharon Anck said...

He's a beauty! Very realistic but, he hasn't scared off that guy with his lunch.

Chel @ Sweetbriar Dreams said...

Magnificent. What a shame he isn't there for longer, and like you say when the snow, eventually, comes!

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