Sunday, December 4, 2016

Lined up on the Street



I was trying to locate a business in the Sunnyslope area of North Phoenix last week when I spotted these posts lining one of the the streets.  I pulled over to get a closer look.  I'm not sure what they are for other than to signify a certain area.  This guy is obviously a doctor which makes sense.  I was parked in front of a medical building.




















A little further down was this guy who looks a bit like a businessman.  Maybe he manages the medical building.































I pointed my telephoto lens down to the next block and spotted these people along the street between the trees.  It's an interesting way to mark the area.

I have a new post on Sharon's Sojourns today.  I talk about a repeat visit that didn't hold up to the first experience.

10 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I like them very much Sharon, we have similar sculptures here also.

Jacob said...

These are rather cute...certainly eye-catching, and good markers for the businesses in the area. That first one looks like it's been tagged, though. :(

Judy said...

They look cute!

Steve Reed said...

Interesting. Maybe they're for locking up bikes? Or just sculptures, art for art's sake!

William Kendall said...

I like them. I wonder if it's part of a public art program. Our city has a rule that if a roadway has to be torn up for infrastructure repairs, by way of compensation afterwards, public art needs to be placed along that road.

RedPat said...

I like them but it is too bad someone has tagged them!

Lois said...

What an interesting idea! I love it.

Bob Crowe said...

When was the last time you saw a doctor wear a reflector on his head? Who even remembers them?

That last one looks a bit like a haunted forest.

Karl Demetz said...

They are nice !

Jack said...

Bravo, public art!