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Saturday, October 6, 2007
Public Art at the MAX Stop
Here's a neat bronze goose that I walk across the street from, sometimes, on my other walking-to-work-route. It stands at the King's Hill and SW Salmon Station. The artist is Rip Caswell. I think it's neat that the yellow-colored photo on the MAX car resembles a wheat field--it might even be one, I cannot tell--so it looks like the goose is somewhere beside a city! Truth be told, quite a few geese hang out by the Willamette in Tom McCall Waterfront Park. Wonder if one modeled for Caswell?