I love those 'messy' roofs! Can you upload pictures???
tres belle statue qui ressort bien avec ce ciel
That is a neat building with the 'bushy' roof!
Very impressive sculpture against that skyline JM.
Impressive sculpture! :)Léia
Nice shot of the colorful roofs under the blue skies... puffy clouds and a few birds frame this statue nicely.Bises,Genie
Linda estátua! E muito bon enquadramento! Gosto céu nebulado e do movimento dos passaros por cima dos telhados também!***Bjos e feliz dia, José****
The King looks very proud sitting atop his handsome steed!
Terrific capture as always, JM, and I love the "messy" roofs, too!! Great composition and lovely skies! Hope your week is going well!Sylvia
Bela fotografia de importante Escultura....Um abraço
I don't think King Joao is getting anywhere very quickly....
Great! I have never seen roofs like these! The pose of the horse is bit awkward...
I love bushy roofs as you call them, we don't have those here! I can't imagine the amount of heat that's generated on our rooftops when it's 111 out, I just don't think any plant is up to surviving that! (That's an update on our temps, I thought the 108 was bad) :(
A great compo !
Busy roofs! What can he be thinking, I thought to myself. Bushy roofs!!I agree, however. They appear to have 'gone to seed'. Maybe they are like a block of modern flats where the outside appearance is mandated by the Body Corporate: 'YOU WILL ALL HAVE THE SAME BUSH. IT WILL ALL GO LANKY AND OVERGROWN AT THE SAME TIME'.For mine, I would love to see pot of brightly coloured flowers replace these bushes ...
He looks as if he's ready to come right off that plinth.
Perfectly composed shot!
This is a first for me. I can't remember ever having seen bushy roofs like this. I wonder why they do it.
I like your title.
He's looking a bit worn. ;)
Gostei do titulo =)Abraço
If not for y9our title, I would have missed the bushes. Are they planted or invasive? Don't think I'd be very happy to wear that armour your king has on, but on a horse, these guys always look rather impressive, don't they...
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