Glory Hole "Bouncer" @ Coney Island by Sassafras
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*One of a number of scary artifacts found on the exterior of The Glory Hole, a
horror house featured at Coney Island Amusement Park.

Featured in Street Art-March 2011. Thank you.

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coneyisland, horror, nightmares, sassafras

Comments

  • Ann E.  Chapman
    Ann E. Chapmanover 2 years ago

    Love this Sassa………. A favorite.

  • Chappie—Gentle soul like you…how can you bear to Love this? HA!
    Humans are so contradictory.
    Anyway…thanks for the visit, comment and Favorite. I do appreciate it.
    Hugs,
    sass

    – Sassafras

  • Karen Gingell
    Karen Gingellover 2 years ago

    Totally scary artifact – I don’t think you’d get me in – being a bit chicken hearted

  • Karen., I totally agree. This the stuff of nightmares , which is why I did the minimum of retouching. HA!
    Thanks for your visit and comment.
    Peace,
    sass

    – Sassafras

  • Valerie Rosen
    Valerie Rosenover 2 years ago

    Congrats!! Your wonderful work has been featured here

    Val :-)

  • Valerie, it is my honor to be Featured by your fine Group. Thank you so much.:)))))
    Walk in Beauty,
    sass

    – Sassafras

  • LoveringArts
    LoveringArtsover 2 years ago

    Soooooooooooooooo in your face and compelling feature urban portraiture. The power in this wonderful artistry is mesmerizing Sass, a brilliant capture ….. Awwwwww your lovely kind words so make my day , a big big cheers from Edinburgh my dear friend … Paulx

  • Hi Paul~~ Always good to hear your thoughts. Thank you for your visit, too.
    Big wave from brooklyn, back to you.
    Peace,
    sass

    – Sassafras

  • Sassafras
    Sassafrasover 2 years ago

    Many thanks to MHKantor , for making this a Favorite.

  • Rhoufi
    Rhoufiover 2 years ago

    I bet he has a heart of gold ;-)))
    These images are so timeless, we take fright so easily at the misshapen face, the missing nose. I love him, he’s gorgeous, HA! ~R

  • Yes, I suppose he may indeed have a golden heart..why not??? If the truly wicked can sport faces of angels…why not the reverse….?
    We take fright of anything that doe not resemble ourselves—xenophobia at its base.
    It takes courage and heart to allow oneself to explore difference in all forms. Heart most of all!
    Thank you for your comment, Rhoufi. And for the favorite.
    xo
    sass – Sassafras

    – Sassafras

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