He doesn't look a day over 245 years!
Such an interesting way of looking at this lad. He's not nearly as sinister as Dorian.
j'aime bien le titre ;))
@Leif: LOL! Maybe 246, no? :-)
I'd say. Looks pretty good for 250.
If so, then a very young Dorian Gray and he's heavenly!
Brilliant title, JM... Wilde would no doubt approve.
I like this catch....sculpture always amazes me. Don't know how people create such beauty from block of stone. Especially like that 2nd snap that shows the door frame too.
Oh, I love Leif's comment!!! Certainly no older than 246!!! And I do love humor in the morning! What a great way to start the day. Marvelous captures as always, JM, even of a old/young Dorian Gray! Enjoy!Sylvia
He's looking pretty darn good!
Immortalized in stone! Lovely.
Well preserved, but after all these years spent there, I guess he need a vacation!
Gostei bastante da primeira foto =)abraço
Nicely framed. I'm surprised he's still out in the elements. It seemed when I was in Europe that all the originals were placed inside and replicas outside.And speaking of statues, yes Piazza della Signoria is awesome! I could have killed lots of time there!
Fantastic details. He's gray at least!!
Oh, gee, I know I read Dorian Gray when I was a teenager, but all I can remember is (1) I hated it and (2) it had something about eternal youth. This lad looks pretty good for his centuries.
I love the subtle color of the wall. Great sculpture.
Selling his soul to preserve his image certainly seems to have worked for him JM haha!!
Linda escultura! Léia
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