That first one is very, very weird!
You took the words right out of my mouth...uh, keyboard!
Not my style but they made for good shots.
Buenas fotos a un interesante reportaje de escultura.Me gusta en especial la primera foto, por luz, contrastey definición de calidad.Un saludo, Ángel
Princeton visits Oslo...so neat. Interesting bit of history here and unusual sculptures.
Very touching sculptures - powerful.
Wonderful sculptures of the circle of life. Great photos !Best regards, Synnöve
Ah, the top image sums life up perfectly. Trying to juggle so many things, without dropping any of them... in this instance, children!
Oh my word! That first one! hahaha!Duncan In Kuantan
why is he juggling those babies? i don't get it? lol...i love the second sculpture though, very touching.
Thank you so much for visiting my blog. London is one of my favorite cities to visit and I am hoping to go back again. Oh even though it is a sculpture, people just can not keep their hands away from the baby..
I love that park, isn't it amazing?
200 sculptures, wow! The second one is really beautiful... the first one too, but makes me a little anxious for the babies ;)
I didn't know about this artist and I like him a lot. The first sculpture has so much vitality, energy. It's amazing. And the second is... Sorrow, sadness, tenderness.Gustav Vigeland is extremely talented. He can impress this world with his work and it's not so easy to do in this art.
Thanks so much everyone! Tanya - that sculpture was likely a funny commentary on the juggling act every parent must do when the kids arrive! :)
In the upper figure seems to be a child-hater :)Fun statues.
200 sculptures! Gosh he was tres prolific wasn't he...and they're so big, I wonder how long it took him? Super shots Lulu.
Both sculptures are fantastic but I especially like the one on top.
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