What an interesting statue. How do you pronounce Oeiras?!
The fact that it's ceramic amazes me! Incredible.
A very realistic sculpture, JM, and a terrific capture as always!! Enjoy your weekend!
I will have to Google that story.
Goodness - quite disturbing!
It's amazing that the ceramics have lasted so well!
I'm wondering if the fox is gonna close his jaw and drag the stork off or if the stork is gonna jam his beak down into the fox's belly 'causing the fox to break and run.Fascinating piece. I guess I forgot the story.Thanks for that great thingy you sent me. Deer me, that was funny! She's a Republican, by the way!
I agree with Red Pat! This piece looks contemporary and seems to be in good shape. . .especially for something that is outdoors.
THIS is uncomfottable to look at for long.
I have never heard the fable I will have to look it up.
I read Aesop's fables earlier this year ... hadn't read it before, just absorbed a lot of the stories from other sources.Regarding the Pelican's I had somehow thought they were everywhere like sea gulls ... now I am wondering if sea gulls are everywhere. I was surprised to find from a blog some time ago that the Pelicans are brown over in Florida whereas ours are white.
A bit of a battle going on here Jm, will read the story to see who is the victor.
An excellent detail!
Grande Artista da porcelana de uma linda fabula grande Foto
Fascinating, I am amazed that it is ceramic and out of doors, proves yo have no freeze/thaw problems :-).
Que graça! Hi hi hi!
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