Linked to Debbie's One Word Sunday here A Misty Day by Chicago's River Chicago: Skyline emerges from the mist, viewed from Sears Tower
Elena Bezborodova's memorial to the Royal Family of Russia, murdered by the Bolsheviks in 1918. This Memorial was erected at East Cowes, Isle of Wight to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of their deaths. In 1909, Tsar Nicolas ll and Tsarina Alexandra of Russia (Princess Alix of Hesse-Darmstadt, grand-daughter of Queen Victoria) along with their five … Continue reading Sculpture Saturday: The Romanovs on the Isle of Wight
I debated with myself whether or not to post these images as some might wish to argue that they are not sculpture. Yet they were brought into being by a sculptor whose name unfortunately, I have not been able to find (I am still searching). So here is the Monument to the Scottish fallen in … Continue reading SCULPTURE SATURDAY: Scottish Memorial in France
Typical Samoan Dwelling Silent Sunday because the people are all in church - the Samoans are great church goers and they love hymn singing. This is a typical Samoan dwelling, open to the elements and to the curious gaze of passers-by. They like people looking in and stopping to gaze at their possessions. In some … Continue reading Silent Sunday: Samoa
Statue to famous philanthropist New Orleans Philanthropist Malcolm Woldenberg in conversation with young boy Once lined with crumbling warehouses Woldenberg Park (opened in 1984 for the World Fair) is now a pleasant walkway along the Mississippi offering scenic views of the river. It's a great place for people watching as it attracts tourists and locals … Continue reading Sculpture Saturday: New Orleans
Sculpture Saturday is hosted by Mind Over Memory This unusual pairing of bronzes is Gli Equilibristi by sculptor Leonardo Lucchi. I took the photograph with a cheap throwaway instant camera in Cesena, Emilio Romagno in Italy, two years ago but unfortunately, my notes did not survive the trip (not a good one from the point of … Continue reading Sculpture Saturday: in Cesena
A quiet moment on the River Moin in Costa Rica Silent, if you ignored the scoldings of the howler monkeys from the river banks, the splash of nutrias as they slipped into the river and the background clicks of cicadas, but these noises being way outside normality for me, I took it for silence.
The Irish wood-carver John Haugh is not much known outside his own country but he has exhibited and sold many works in the USA. I was privileged to interview him many years ago and this sculpture "Dancing at the Crossroads" is one of my favourites of the many I saw in his studio in Carlingford, … Continue reading Sculpture Saturday
A quiet Sunday in The Mumbles, Wales, looking across the bay towards Swansea.
And now, for something completely different (thank you Monty Python). (this was still in my Drafts folder so I'm re-posting it as I'm unsure what is happening. Another mix-up with Blocks?) Les Braves by Anilore Banonon on Omaha Beach, Normandy Commissioned by the French government on the 60th Anniversary of WWll and erected in 2004 … Continue reading Sculpture Saturday