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What interesting sculptures. I wouldn’t want to follow on into the dark woods though
It was a fascinating sculpture garden….but maybe the woods are a bit dark
I agree bb
I had to laugh because when I glanced at Brian’s comment, I first thought he said he wouldn’t want to fall on those sculptures and I was about to agree. 🙂
What cool art
There were some interesting sculptures in that garden!
I know many artists bring their work to nature like this but because areas vary and so does the art – it amazes me at how original each display feels
Yes, a good bit of creativity!
A curious find…
Speechless! Not sure what to make of them, Sue. I need to see more.
A very unique sculture. Very well capture, Sue.
A striking colour, yet somehow appropriate in that setting.
Best wishes, Pete.
Yes, not out of place