Photo Challenge #247

We pass it a million times: the iron statue of a buck, on the Post Road.

But — because it’s a bit hidden by shrubbery — we don’t always notice it. (Click here for the photo.)

Some “06880” readers thought it was at Terrain. Seems like it should be there, with all the other plants and such.

But it’s not.

It’s at Mitchells — the upscale clothing store, diagonally across the street.

I have no idea why it’s there. But Mary Ann Batsell was first with the right answer.

If anyone knows the back story behind the Mitchells buck, click “Comments” below.

Click “Comments” too if you know where in Westport you’d find this week’s Photo Challenge.

(Photo/Dan Woog)

23 responses to “Photo Challenge #247

  1. Levitt Pavilion

  2. Lighting etc above ‘stage’ at our new library?

  3. Levitt Pavilion

  4. Staples auditorium lighting?

  5. Levitt Pavilion?

  6. Looks like the Levitt stage.

  7. Levitt stage lighting

  8. Levitt Pavilion

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  9. In answer to why the iron statue might be at Mitchells:
    “The buck stops here”?

  10. Yes, it is the Levitt Pavilion lighting. An easy one — though the other guesses were not bad either!

  11. Levitt Pavillion Stage

  12. Levitt pavilion

  13. Levitt pavilion lighting?

  14. Definitely the Levitt

  15. Would have to be the Levitt, no?

  16. Levitt Pavilion lights

  17. Staples Theatre

  18. I don’t know if this is a helpful hint, but the iron statue is of a European red deer stag, closely related to the North American elk.

  19. Lights and speakers at Levitt Pavilion

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