9 Dec 2009

WORDLESS WEDNESDAY


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Seen in Namur, Belgium

16 comments:

Sukhmandir Kaur said...

Strange works of art. Like they need comic relief on the street. Happy WW

dianne - bunny trails said...

Oh my goodness - those are hilarious!

catsynth said...

Funny sculptures. It must be interesting to run into them on the street.

Juliana RW said...

What a great art

My entry this week : in HERE. I hope you have time to visit. Thanks

Mar said...

They spread good mood, love them!!

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Loree said...

I love that snail sculpture in the second one.

Thom said...

OMG...those are a riot. I love the first one...They look like...look at that crazy lady...she's taking a picture of us LOL

diane said...

Wordless is right!

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

Love those sculptures.

lareine said...

these sculptures can take away the soreness of your feet from walking:)... and put back the urge to see what lies beyond the winding, narrow streets :)

Melli said...

Well now... those are some interesting works of art... to be sure! I'm particularly curious about the caged snail... You know, I just LOVE sculpture - it is probably one of my favorite forms of art -- and not "statues" like of generals on horses... I mean they have their place too -- but THIS kind of stuff! If I happened past either one of these figures, I SURELY would have had to stop and take pictures too! Was there ANYTHING (sign) there that told what they were about or for?

Julie@Momspective said...

What a great Wordless Wednesday! Hope you have a fantastic day!

Dr.John said...

You don't see statues like that arounf here. Very interesting.

SandyCarlson said...

Those are very, very interesting. And amusing.

Rachel said...

Love your cat photo! The sculptures are certainly different!!

Jo said...

Hi Gattina! I'm sorry I've not visited your blog for ages and am rectifying the situation here and now! I've scrolled down and read a few posts back. I will continue as soon as I've finished my comment here I just LOVE the post about the rain - the fact that Arthur loves the rain and the other cats don't. The fact that it is raining, raining, raining. I sympathise as we have thundershowers and then beautiful blue skies. But I think you found that in Egypt? Nevertheless, you are a treat and I love reading your blog. Off to read some more. (((Hugs))) From a Sunny South Africa (Jo!)