"Bronze statue of HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN in Central Park, Manhattan, New York City. HCA is reading his story THE UGLY DUCKLING to the duck sitting at his feet."  Photo (detail) © -JvL- (Photographer, The Hague, Holland) via flickr.   HC Andersen (1805-1875) was a  Danish author, fairy tale writer, & poet... Favorite stories include: "Thumbelina",  "The Little Mermaid", " & "The Princess and the Pea."…

"Bronze statue of HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN in Central Park, Manhattan, New York City. HCA is reading his story THE UGLY DUCKLING to the duck sitting at his feet." Photo (detail) © -JvL- (Photographer, The Hague, Holland) via flickr. HC Andersen (1805-1875) was a Danish author, fairy tale writer, & poet... Favorite stories include: "Thumbelina", "The Little Mermaid", " & "The Princess and the Pea."…

Hans Christian Anderson; Author of The Little Mermaid, The Snow Queen, The Emperor's new clothes and The Little Matchstick Girl.

Hans Christian Anderson; Author of The Little Mermaid, The Snow Queen, The Emperor's new clothes and The Little Matchstick Girl.

Snoopy at the Macy's Parade by Shannon Stapleton #Thanksgiving #Macys_Parade #Snoopy

Macy's Thanksgiving parade dazzles NYC

Snoopy at the Macy's Parade by Shannon Stapleton #Thanksgiving #Macys_Parade #Snoopy

Library statue   --   Statue of a child enjoying a book on a bench is one of the focal points of the Roenna Fahrney Garden outside the Bel Air branch of the Harford County Public Library.

New sculpture at Bel Air library celebrates kids reading

Library statue -- Statue of a child enjoying a book on a bench is one of the focal points of the Roenna Fahrney Garden outside the Bel Air branch of the Harford County Public Library.

The Tear Drop Monument was donated by the Russian people in tribute to those lost on 9/11. The names of those lost are inscribed in the base similar to the Vietnam Wall in DC. The walkway is lined with stones donated by those in remembrance of this day. The site is directly across from the Statue of Liberty, and looking at that skyline, you truly do see what's missing.

The Tear Drop Monument was donated by the Russian people in tribute to those lost on 9/11. The names of those lost are inscribed in the base similar to the Vietnam Wall in DC. The walkway is lined with stones donated by those in remembrance of this day. The site is directly across from the Statue of Liberty, and looking at that skyline, you truly do see what's missing.

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