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Ride A Painted Pony - Coney Island 2013 - Brooklyn - New York is a photograph by Madeline Ellis which was uploaded on June 11th, 2013.
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Ride A Painted Pony - Coney Island 2013 - Brooklyn - New York
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This is an homage to Blood, Sweat & Tears and to all of us who can remember them.
Ride a painted pony
Let the spinning wheel spin.............
This is the historic merry-go-round and is the only surviving hand-carved carousel from the 1800s to the 1930s. This was the Brooklyn's golden age of carousel construction.
It cost more than $3 million to purchase and repair.
June 11th, 2013
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Congrats on your sale!
Madeline Ellis replied:
Fiona, thanks so much for your congrats!
Congrats on your sale Madeline! This is a fav!
Thanks so much Linda. I appreciate the fav as well.
It is an honor to have this photo featured in the Premium FAA Artist group.
Judy, thanks so much for your "Beautiful" comment. I am glad it stimulated your childhood memory.
Beautiful image of a well-loved childhood memory!
A beautiful homage! The painted pony looks so new. are they still building these carousels?
Gun, thanks for your supportive words. They built a lot of new rides and refurbished old ones at Luna Park in Coney Island. They were going to tear this place down and build up a parking lot, or condominiums. I am glad they saved this historical place. It has a lot of sentimental value to all of us who have had the opportunity to play here.
I am so glad you "love" this. Mark, since you are from Brooklyn, you must be familiar with Coney Island.
A very beautiful image!!!
Thanks so much Katerina. There is something magical about carousels that captivates me. As a child, I always loved reaching for the brass ring.
It is nice to know that you made this one of your favorites Katerina.
Very nice Madeline! Is this the new Carousel? I haven't been inside yet. Your colors are wonderful -- will go next time.
Thanks Frank. I am not sure whether it is new or not, but I did not see it the last time I was there.
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