Photo Challenge #248

Fall is here. The Levitt Pavilion is dark.

But for dozens of nights this summer — like every other one — the Levitt lit up Westport with free concerts.

The lights above the stage were last week’s Photo Challenge (click here to see). A couple of readers guessed the Staples High School auditorium or Westport Library — but nearly everyone else nailed it. The Levitt Pavilion has tons of fans.

Congratulations to Matt Murray, Fred Rubin, Andrew O’Brien, Jack Backiel, Les Dinkin, Jay Tormey,. Seth Braunstein, Martin Gitlin, Rich Stein, Bobbie Herman, James Weisz, Seth Goltzer, Darcy Sledge, Jonathan McClure and Joelle Malec– you lit up the answers!

Amy Schneider snapped this week’s Photo Challenge. If you know where in Westport you’d find this, click “Comments” below.

And if you know who this guy is, we’d love to find out!

(Photo/Amy Schneider)

6 responses to “Photo Challenge #248

  1. That looks like a closeup of the seafarer that was associated with the mansion clam house

  2. Have no idea where this is but I’m impressed by how three-dimensional the nose is. It’s not easy to paint a nose front view – this painter is a pro.

  3. Paddlecourt Gallery on Saugatuck Avenue?

  4. Is it the face on the Star sculpture by the river behind the stores.

  5. Lynn Untermeyer Miller

    Fisherman on Howard Munce’s painted star on the east bank of the Saugatuck River

  6. Correct, Mary and Lynn! Mary remembers it, I’m sure, because of her relationship to Oscar’s (the sculpture is directly behind what is now Rye Ridge Deli). And Lynn knows it because she knows everything!

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