i like the first shot ;)
Looks like a sculpture of a very young man??
The first shot is my favorite too!
That first one... wow! That profile against the blue... wow!
Gosto especialmente da primeira fotoAbraço
Some great details of him - he sure has a special nose!
Such very strong photos of the count. Each one is special in it's own way.
Oh, yes! love your composition in the first shot and the gorgeous colors! But, of course, they're all wonderful as always! And that is some nose he has!! Hope you have a great weekend, JM! Sylvia
Great photos. I liked your last post - the one for weekend reflections.
Very strong in color!You're right, I should have dedicated my last photo to you and your decay series! :)
Great colours and details as usual. Love that nose!
Absolutely fantastic shots and it's a pretty good sculpture too!
What lovely shot!
Looks like he was "no funny with me" sort of man. I love big noses.Great photos.
A lovely perspective... beautiful images.
Quel profil ... un vrai aristocrate !
It is a good statue, not too classic and not too modern. You photographed it very well in any of these shots.
Excellent images! The top shot and the profile against the blue sky are special.
Very regal and very Spanish. As always I love the way you bring the details of your city to life.
I just love the way you cropped that first photo -- the detail is wonderful. What a lovely sculpture.
Cleverly framed images ...
Nice photos. The Marquis does look like he needs a good feed.
The brick in the first shot makes for a great background that complements the subject.
What a noble face! Love this statue.
Muito bem, esta nova técnica funciona !
Interesting contrast with the sky and the red brick wall. :)
Very strong shots, José, but I wonder if the marquis was as fearsome as the sculptor made him look.
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