This is a shot of a Rhino who sits right in the Inner Harbor in Baltimore, MD. He is made up of car bumpers and rebar.
Canon 5D mark II, EF 24-70 2.8 L, ISO 100, 1/320 @ f/5.6
Category: Architecture, Portraits, Street Tagged: Architecture, canon 5d mark II, EF 24-70 2.8 L, Photography, Portraits, Street
Wow that is amazing, very cool!!
Cool indeed Misty.
How FREAKING COOL is this!!!!
I know David. The wild part is that the people with me did not seam to care about this guy. I’ll post some full size shots later.
Thank you Dotdos.
Awesome image!! Where at the inner harbor was this taken? My family and I were down there for the bi centennial celebration of the war of 1812 2 weeks ago and we walked the entire harbor and I missed this statue. I did come across the transformer Bumble Bee 🙂
Thank you Md. That’s funny, as I almost went to the 1812 celebration myself. The best way I can describe the location of this piece is that it is on the same side where Constellation is docked. Right past the Science center. There was some new construction going on right behind it.
Oh that is funny. We stopped right in front of the science center to watch the Blue Angels and did not venture past it.
I loved it so much, so much… Thank you dear Lionel, love, nia
If that rhino was here in the UK, he’d find his place in the Tate’s Modern … Very original…
I agree Didi. You know, I am still this little boy at heart, and when I saw this, I nearly jumped out of my skin.
This looks weird and absolutely stunning at the same time lol.
Dosen’t it? 🙂
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