Looking for meanings in words, images and sounds
Nice photo! I remember this statue. I was there in May 2003.
Did you like the Buckingham Palace?
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Yes, but we were able to take photos outside the palace only because it was closed that day. I like Windsor Castle.
I wonder what that lion would say if it could talk
“I hope that pigeon will spare my head this time”
Amazing, I took a very similar photo not too long ago, lovely depiction of scale!
Send me the link so that I can see it 🙂
It can be found here: http://wp.me/p5b0ce-eX
This though is the image in question: https://theopengates.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/dsc01049-copy.jpg
A very charming gallery of the Memorial. Thank you for showing it to me.
No problem at all, glad you like them!
Great clouds behind too.
😀 You are right Leya. Thank you.
Very interesting statue! 🙂
A fun find, Paula. We are thinking along the same lines today. 🙂
I saw your response Lisa 🙂 😀 It’s great.
Love the perspective and the clouds Paula.
nice take on the challenge …..love it
Do you have a direct line to the goddess of skies? They can’t be accidental – always magnificent and moody. And I suspect you ARE the goddess of photographic clarity. That subtle patch of green is another aspect of scale.
so the pigeon does not belong there?
He behaves as if he did 😀
and I feel a life lesson here P –
“act as if u belong”
or “fit in – cause you do”
or…. well –
A dramatic image, Paula. The pigeon adds a comic touch. 🙂
Rule Britannia, that pigeon makes a great crown!
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It’s the pigeon that does it.
Una foto piena di bellezze: a cominciare dal cielo( ! ) , fino ai dettagli della statua , fino al piccione…..
I almost posted a giant Buddha with pigeons on the head! 😀 Lovely shot Paula.
Interesting statue and great sky, too, Paula.
Beautiful image for the challenge… the pigeon sitting on top of the statue gives a sense of scale 🙂
🙂 thank you Srejith. It looked rather comfy up.there. 😀
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The clouds add drama to the shot. Both the statue and the pigeon look threatening. 🙂
😀 my thoughts exactly
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