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were you at the dragon boat races in flushing?
Hmmm, a rock and origami. I'll guess the Noguchi museum.
is it in manhattan?
is it at PS 1?
Scott: No, sorry!Gary: No, but you're warmer than Scott because....The Chef: Yes, I was was in Manhattan! (So no, I wasn't at PS 1.)
were you at some sort of wildlife habitat, or zoo?
Is it below 10th st.?
The asia society on park avenue?
is it a gallery in soho?
is it a gallery in chelsea?
No, Scott, I wasn't at a zoo or wildlife habitat.Chef, I wasn't below 10th Street.Emma, your Asia Society guess is the warmest so far!
the Japan Society on east 47th?
are you below 50th?
The garden at the China Institute on east 65th?
Is it the Asian art gallery?
Hey! Chef and Em, slow down! You're bombarding the poor guy.Were you at the American Craft Museum back in 2001 for their Origamic Architectue exhibit?
I was not below 50th. Asia Society on Park is still the warmest guess so far!
OK, I'm going to make a different supposition and hypothesize that that those colorful items are not origami and therefore guess you were at El Museo del Barrio.
Gary, you're running hot and...er...actually warmer and cold.
Were you at the Whitney?
Interesting guess...but nope!
Were you on or east of 5th Ave?
riverside drive? in the 90s.
Some part of Central Park that I've never seen, with buildings and statues? And little drink umbrella stuff.
Scott's very warm!Debbie's not!
the new york buddhist church at 331-332 riverside drive!
Congratulations, Scott! You're hot!I was outside the New York Buddhist Church, on Riverside Drive between 105th and 106th Streets. In front of the church, behind a gate, atop a pedestal that stands on a foundation raised well above street level, is the statue of Shinran Shonin (1173-1262), the founder of Jodoshinshu True Pure Land School Buddhism. The statue was formerly on the outskirts of Hiroshima. At the base of the statue, out of view, were the origami figures. This was a challenging shoot. Because the gate was locked and the foundation is high, I didn't even see the origami figures until after I'd taken the picture! In other words, it was a blind shot--and much better than many other shots I've taken. Even taking the picture of the statue was challenging because of sunlight and the gate.
Good goin' Scottie! Only took you 2 days to realize that this is 3 blocks from your home... plus Google!!
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