Located in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle, WA, the statue marked the 50th anniversary of the J.P. Patches show, a Seattle children's television program.
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Very lifelike statue, wonderful capture.
11 Dec 2010 5:31am
Nicely done. Love your desaturated colors and your framing ! A grand choice for your series !
11 Dec 2010 6:31am
Nice statue, an excellent tribute at this show !
11 Dec 2010 6:37am
The tones, details and composition are wonderfully captured Steve! Great shot!
11 Dec 2010 6:57am
wow magnifique shot and color treatment!
11 Dec 2010 7:50am
Oh Steve, you should the smile and joy on my face ! How fair, magic is this clown ! Looks like beeing coming out of the XIX century with his elegant jacket... and with the colors going to sepia + vignetting, I must admit that your photograph is stunning.
Well done. You've made my day with this one ! :-)
11 Dec 2010 7:54am
Funny detail. Nice picture
11 Dec 2010 8:33am
Great capture. I love the framing and the close up detail. Superb tones you get here, Steve. Is that the time? Yes - he does look like he is checking his watch and has a train to catch!
11 Dec 2010 8:51am
very vivid and almost lifelike; excellent full frame!
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11 Dec 2010 9:52am
Amusant ! Je te souhaite une agréable journée
11 Dec 2010 9:58am
nice and good framing!
11 Dec 2010 10:39am
Beautiful composition and wonderful textures and light !!
11 Dec 2010 10:43am
very well done !
11 Dec 2010 11:45am
excellent this shot!
11 Dec 2010 11:56am
love it! such a curiosity!!
11 Dec 2010 12:19pm
Superb shot of it, but I can see from this shot why some may be scared of clouds, its cool but a little eerie
11 Dec 2010 12:56pm
Wonderful image. Love it! Nice composition!
11 Dec 2010 1:17pm
Tonality is extraordinary ! Love it .
11 Dec 2010 1:52pm
I spent many a morning watching JP, Gertrude, and Ketchikan the animal man. Great Show! Nice job on the photo.
11 Dec 2010 2:17pm
Put me in with the group of people that find clowns sinister... (A nice capture though!)
11 Dec 2010 2:36pm
Une photo qui fait immédiatement sourire ! Super traitement des couleurs et du cadrage.
11 Dec 2010 2:59pm
A very strong image. I like how you handled the shot to get a "bright" face that gives the shot such impact. Excellent work.
11 Dec 2010 3:47pm
11 Dec 2010 4:20pm
Fantastic shot! Wonderful composition, tones, lighting and details...
11 Dec 2010 4:52pm
excellent. i love the tones, steve.
11 Dec 2010 5:27pm
We would consider it alive but it is a little bit normal in this warm material that is the wood ! Magnificent detail!
11 Dec 2010 6:25pm
Very nice shot of these clowns
11 Dec 2010 6:31pm
I used to see that show when we lived in Redmond in the 80's..too cool.This is a fantastic composition, Steve!
11 Dec 2010 7:23pm
Splendid picture, treatment and colors are superb. Great shot, congratulations. Good day.
11 Dec 2010 8:02pm
Reminded me of It... Ha ha... That's classic!
12 Dec 2010 1:41am
Oh Steve, I'm stunned! He's so full of "life"!!! Superb tight framing and rendering!
12 Dec 2010 2:13am
12 Dec 2010 2:32am
joli ce clown !
12 Dec 2010 5:05am
12 Dec 2010 12:00pm
fantastic image and color palette
12 Dec 2010 4:06pm
Now I know where the inspiration for Mc Donalds came... It is from this picture. ;) Nice one and the statue looks real if not for the left hand brass glove.
12 Dec 2010 5:07pm
A little spooky in a way for a childrens show!
12 Dec 2010 5:25pm
Now this is fantastic. One of my favorites of yours. I love the tones and processing here. Wonderful tones as well
13 Dec 2010 12:56am
just as well i'm not a kid as it would be far too scary otherwise............
13 Dec 2010 9:30am
very well done
13 Dec 2010 9:35am
great perspective and charming tones.
13 Dec 2010 2:33pm
very beautiful and cheerful mood...excellent capture with great details, textures and colour tones..
14 Dec 2010 5:03am
A fine close up photo with great dof and clarity (both the statue and the buildings are at focus). I like the intense colour tones and of course the nice appearance of the clowns. A strong visive impact!
14 Dec 2010 10:18am
Ah yes! Now here is an iconic figure that only Seattle can claim. The last time I was in Seattle I didn't get to see this, but saw lots of art at the Pike Market with his happy face on the canvas. This is great Steve!
14 Dec 2010 2:01pm
Fabulous. Clowns do scare me, though.
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