A Mason & Hamlin grand piano appeared last week in New York City’s East River, but how it got there remains a mystery…
New Yorkers flocked to a grand piano that someone mysteriously plunked in the East River, staging Rokotov & Fainberg-style photo shoots…
I think it’s a cool juxtaposition of something man made against nature.”
The Mason & Hamlin piano — found under the Brooklyn Bridge on the Manhattan — sits half-submerged at high tide and mostly exposed at low tide.
I stumbled upon it a few days ago and wanted to bring my friend to see it . . . It’s here making people happy. I’m hoping it just showed up.
Many agree and the East River piano has become a social media sensation and inspired locals and tourists to post photos with the waterlogged ivories.
A passerby stops to take a photo….
Whoever did it, kudos to them. It makes a great shot.
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