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I just happened to be strolling in the woods when I saw….
That there statue needs a bit of lichen and honest-to-goodness weathering!
Well, it may get a chance over time!
A good effort at the Classical style of sculpture, it has to be said.
Best wishes, Pete.
I thought it was! 😊
Now if she could just get ahead. 😉. When they were little, our girls enjoyed going to the Roman section of the museum but always wondered what happened to the heads of the statues.
Margaret is right, it needs some weathering. Great photo 😀
She looks ‘armless. Boom, boom as Basil Brush would say. The old ones are the best. Or maybe not.
Sometimes yes, sometimes no!