On this blogger site one can click on all pictures except for the header two times each time making them larger which is a feature I like because it gives you the ability to really look very close at all kinds of things not readily seen.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Cycle Of Life

Went to the statue folder for today's post. This group of bronzes is called "The Cycle of Life" are right where I work and I love these things. The bird is not there as it's been stolen at least four times.

I just walk down to these and there is always a opportunity to take a picture. There's flower and insects and light and weather conditions that are constantly changing. I'll be down visiting a bunch this year as well.

We have been known to dress these guys up n Halloween well just because. Cops don't care as they know we'll clean up the next day.











11 comments:

  1. i love the third to the last photo... it looks nice...

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  2. That was taken in the fall. It's like that in the spring as well sometimes and the truth of the matter it can be like that anytime of the year.

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  3. I absolutely Love these, in all seasons. The second one seems as though you've captured visitors from another galaxy or dimension and they all seem to have a primordial mystery to them. Dressing them up for Halloween looks like a hoot.

    a great study.

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  4. Ditto Teresa. Where are these located?

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  5. Thanks girls. There is another picture added and the link to where they are at is here.

    I never saw that in that picture Theresa but do now. If you care to see something that to me looks really looks alien look at he last picture in this series.

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  6. Please excuse all the mistakes above. There's probably one here and I can't see it.

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  7. I was in Moab recently and took several photos of the "rock art" in the area. I have many photos of them. These are outstanding! Some appear to be Aztec or Inca in origin, yet I feel they may very well be other dimension visitors or "star people," as the Native American's called them. Thanks for sharing that link.

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  8. Hey that's cool, no comparison of course but it makes me think of Easter Island.

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  9. great landscape. Great shots. congratulations.

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  10. I love how each picture looks like it was taken in a different place....like their all over the world or something! Love all the angles!
    And of course I love the fall one!!
    Have a fabulous day!
    Debbie's Travels

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  11. So nice of you to say that Debbie and I thank you for the link to your place. I thought I had linked to you but had not. It's a done deal now and look forward to your posts and pictures!
    TB

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