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(June 19-29, 2014)

Landis Bennett

Walk Around

Pat Albright

Business Man with a Briefcase Revisit Part 2

Fort Worth, Texas, USA

29 june 2014 11:20am Central Texas Time UTC -6

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While I did not participate in the 2004 World Heritage event, I was there during our Part 1 photo session. Artist:Jonathan Borofsky, Sculpture is 50' h x 22' w x 1' thick 24,000lbs Brushed Aluminum. [17m x 7.3m x 30cm, 10,909kg] is an overwhelming structure that does represent "Work". It is viewed from the street by thousands of business people every day on their way to their work place.

Even though it has been 10 years later after our first visit, I am pleased that I was able to participate in this event.


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Lat: 32° 45' 2.81" N
Long: 98° 21' 0.24" W

Elevation: 627 feet (209m) above Mean Sea Level

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

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