It was time to return home. Here’s one of a number of murals at the Dobbs Ferry train station. The series is called “Floating Auriculas” and its done under the auspices of the Metropolitan Transit Authority’s Art in Transit project. They were created by Nancy Blum. Her website describes them as follows:

Installed in the spring of 2007, this piece spans a large retaining wall that runs parallel to the Hudson River. Commissioned by the Metro Transit Authority, Arts For Transit, the work is located at the Dobbs Ferry train station along the New York Hudson Line. Installed are seven full and partial ‘auricula flowers’ at 8 feet in diameter. They are made out of a combination of Italian glass and marble tile.

Taken with a Fuji X-E3 and Fuji XC 16-50mm f3.5-5.6 OSS II

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