Sponsored by American Eagle. After Breast Cancer Awareness Month the bras will be laundered and donated to charity. A friend spotted them and emailed me and suggested the Hot Metal Bridge display for the blog. Of course, it was the day I did NOT bring my good camera. I took a Pano on the iPhone.
Sooo . . . where are all the contributors? ; )
Wow – I’m glad you got that shot. Remember when women used to burn there bras.
That was a great idea! I didn’t realiza there were that many padded bras in use.
what a great idea
Great photos! What a way to draw attention to Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
Really incredible shots. Thanks for posting them. I heard about this from John (in our night class) but hadn’t seen it. (I would not have guessed you used an iPhone.)
My Mother was a survivor. They cannot find a cure soon enough.
Wow! So much going on in the world!
No one ever donates what my wife would call “granny bras.” What fun pictures!
Certainly increases awareness – great idea
What a great town!
Very fun! And what a great way to draw attention & press…
I love it, and have never been so proud to be a woman. Anything goes… if it saves a life.
The photos are beautiful and so is that idea. Nothing like a bunch of bras out in the open to raise breast cancer awareness!
Thanks for looking and writing a comment today! It sure gets people noticing and talking. Some cities wouldn’t allow the bras to be displayed.