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    • Nicole Couwenberg

      This is a monument called the Star Sower, erected in 1939 in Kaunas, Lithuania. In September 2008 photographer Morfai posted photos showing stars painted on the wall behind the statue and the statue illuminated at night with the resulting shadow. Unfortunately, the stars were considered graffiti and were ultimately painted over.

    • Aijah Avila

      The star sower monument in Kaunas, Lithuania. During daytime this monument doesn’t make any sense, but by night…..

    • Delortae Agency™

      Amazing Day and Night Shadow Effect- The monument in Kaunas, Lithuania with amazing shadow effects at night.

    • Joan Larson Blalock

      This monument is located in Kaunas, Lithuania. Observe the day photo, and night photo with the shadow of the monument against the wall.

    • Mulberry Sang

      Star Sower - Statue in Kaunas, Lithuania In the daytime this monument makes little sense, but when night comes down to the city, all is revealed.

    • Diana Fields

      A monument in Kaunas, Lithuania, during the day and at night. They should do this with all statues!

    • Barbara Richter

      This statue located in Kaunas, Lithuania has 2 sides to the story, one by day and one at night. Morfai: the seeder is it’s name.

    • Stevie Driscoll

      Site-specific street art comes alive when the night casts shadows

    • 7zaterdagen

      Day and Night. The monument in Kaunas, Lithuania. - streetart

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