Oh My 06880 — Photo Challenge #91

You guys know your highway bridges.

And when I say “guys,” I mean it. Thirteen alert “06880” readers identified last week’s photo challenge as the Riverside Avenue view of the I-95 underpass. And 10 of those 13 were males.

I’m guessing that on their way to the station, men look at the concrete. Women gaze at the river. Not to stereotype, of course.

Congratulations to Ed Hulina, Richard Stein, Seth Schachter, Jonathan Maddock, Jill Turner Odice, Michael Moore, Fred Rubin, Alec Head, Bill Kiedaisch, Tom Wall, Morley Boyd, Seth Braunstein and Nancy Axthelm. Click here for the photo, and all the comments.

Here’s this week’s challenge. Male or female, click “Comments” if you think you know where this is. Of course, add any background info on it that you know.

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6 responses to “Oh My 06880 — Photo Challenge #91

  1. Weathervane on the Playhouse

  2. Top of the Westport country Playhouse

  3. Vanessa Bradford

    Westport Country Playhouse

  4. Patricia Blaufuss

    Weathervane atop Westport Country Playhouse
    For many years, the rooster weathervane has had a watchful presence over the Playhouse, a former barn. Beginning some 40 or more years ago, the rooster was such a WCP icon that Rocky the Rooster (usually an intern dressed in a rooster costume) became the adored mascot and genial host of the WCP children’s presentations. In the 1980s, local artist Stevan Dohanos drew Rocky on the playbill cover. A Rocky logo was used in advertising. Former executive producer Jim McKenzie honored outstanding contributions to WCP with Rocky Awards. When the Playhouse was renovated in 2005, the rusted weathervane was meticulously restored to its former glory and placed atop “the barn,” continuing the tradition.
    – Patricia Blaufuss, WCP PR Manager

  5. The weathervane on too of the westport country playhouse?