Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Oasis


Campo Grande Park, Lisbon

24 comments:

Babzy said...

ahaha funny sculpture ! :)

Lowell said...

I don't know what to say. What is the sculpture...some old guy with big boobs and nipples? Or is my mind working overtime in crazy mode?

Love the picture, though, and those cute little ducks.

Sharon said...

Interesting sculpture. I'd be getting those reduced if that were me.

Cezar and Léia said...

Funny sculpture indeed!I love those ducks!
Léia

JM said...

@Sharon: LOL!

TexWisGirl said...

a most interesting sculpture!~

RedPat said...

OMG! Love it. ;-)

LONDONLULU said...

A lovely day in the park, serene vista and...oh! What a great sculpture!:)

Dave said...

bouyancy aids eh..... some people get all the fun.

Jack said...

And you aren't going to explain that unusual sculpture???

Kay said...

Nothing I can add to the comments re the sculpture. But I do like the shades of green in this shot.

Jim said...

Surprising sculpture.

Randy said...

Now that's different.

ladyfi said...

Now that is a slightly disturbing sculpture!

Joan Elizabeth said...

What an odd sculpture.

LE CHEMIN DES GRANDS JARDINS said...

Un BOTERO ?

Magnifique.

JM said...

@Le Chemin: No! :-) It's a work by Samuel Torres de Carvalho (Sam), called 'Childhood'. It actually is a fountain, water should be coming out of the nipples. :-)

orvokki said...

Hah.. funny !

Karl Demetz said...

Surprising and unusual sculpture, beautiful photo!

ArtandArchitecture-SF.com said...

Hmmmmmm? There is probably a fascinating story to that sculpture, in the interim, love the ducks and the reflections.

VP said...

Love the ducks, won't say of the rest...

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Hilarious, would love to see it when the ummm!...water spouts are working hahahaha!

beatrice De said...

Good Lord, les canards ne doivent pas en revenir !

Cela me rappelle l'expo sur la grande place, presque en bord de mer de l'exo du peintre Botero. C'était très rigolo de voir les gens lever les yeux depuis en dessous des derrières de statues, placées sur des socles élevés. C'était bien avant le numérique. Peut-être pouvez-vous situer ma venue dans votre ville... il y a ... il y a...

beatrice De said...

Homage aux obèses ?! ce n'est pas encourager les efforts de régimes.