Seen from a Kayak

By Vladimir Brezina

Some works of art were surely put there for the sole appreciation of passing kayakers…

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More marine art, specifically of New York Harbor, is here.

36 responses to “Seen from a Kayak

  1. Love the painted rocks!

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  2. I loved the water art in the NYC waterway. It is interesting that the cute figures by Tom Otterness are very similar to those in my recent post describing “short.” : http://rasklein.wordpress.com/2013/11/16/travel-theme-short/

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  3. Cool pic :) Thanks for stopping by our post and we are glad you like it.

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  4. vastlycurious.com

    I especially like the octopus! How often do you get to write octopus : )) The last is really interesting too.

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  5. Love the turquoise rock art. Some would consider that defacing. But I think it adds so much fun to nature.

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  6. the rock paintings are cool!

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  7. Amazing things one can see from a kayak, Vlad. I should get one too. :)
    I’ve started a new blog. Here is the link.
    http://anotherday2paradise.wordpress.com/

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  8. That last shot is really fun!

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  9. Love it! That’s Street art taken to the next level :)

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  10. Have you seen this article yet? You two were the first people I thought of when I read this. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/08/kayaker-saves-owl-finland-lake-tuusula_n_4236001.html

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    • Thanks!! It’s cute. Yes, I’ve seen various versions of it—it was all over at least the kayaking corners of the Internet a few days ago… :-) Stories of rescued animals pop up fairly often, although this is the first owl that I’ve heard of…

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  11. I love the photo with the bird.

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