Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Teddy In Autumn

While I was walking through the Wychwood Park neighbourhood I realized that I hadn't shown Teddy in a long time and was surprised to discover that it has been since April 2012 the last time he appeared here. A lot of bushes and trees have gown up around the border of the property where he lives so it was hard to get a clear shot and as you can see the focus was more on the branch than on Teddy. He still looks cool though. You can see him in spring HERE. His artist is John McEwen and you can see more of his work if you click the label below.

17 comments:

Sharon said...

Teddy looks like he might get cold out there in the elements.

Agnieszka Mikołajczyk said...

Teddy looks like nice photos.

Anne Hagman-Niilola said...

Is it winter sleep?

William Kendall said...

A sculpture that makes you look twice.

Karl said...

Poor Teddy, all alone in the cold...

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I love Teddy whatever the season Pat, very cool having a nap there..would be funny to see in winter covered in snow 😊

eileeninmd said...

Hello,

Teddy will be sleeping through the winter. Cute sculpture. Enjoy your day, wishing you a good week ahead!

Andy said...

How do I get one of these for my lawn?
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bill burke said...

What a unique sculpture. I thought Teddy was a discarded teddy bear animal somebody lost. I looked back at your previous post and looked at that photo. I hadn't seen Teddy before but glad to know him now. :) He sleeps and rests now so I'll say goodbye until next time. :)

jennyfreckles said...

I too thought it was a kid's toy that was lost! He is sunbathing in vain, it would seem.

Taken For Granted said...

Teddy seems to be resting comfortably.

Catalyst said...

Too long at the tavern, perhaps? :^)

Jenn Jilks said...

I like teddy. What a hoot!

Cloudia said...

poignant

Jenn said...

Interesting piece of art!! Unique for sure. How big is it?

Revrunner said...

My first thought was . . . uh, oh! Tragedy. :-)

Jack said...

Like others, my first thought was that the little teddy bear looks lonely without its child. The link back to the previous image educated me.