I can think of a number of trese which lend themselves to the imagination portrayed so artfully here.
I want to go inside.
Beautiful shot. Happy WW.I played too. Mine are here and here.
Mr Toad with Mr bear? :)
I'm trying to figure out which classic story has both a toad and a bear?
It's a badger actually. XDBut the statue looked like a bear. ^^!
I wonder what language do they use.
Great piece of public art. Looks like a scene from the Wind in the Willows...
hmmm, would love to listen to them story telling.
Sukhmandir Kaur: It's always fun to discover these whimsical sculptures.Colleen: Let us know what you see.Cafe au lait: Thank you. Come back again!Lina: It's a toad and a badger. :)Catsynth: You might be thrown off by the "bear". It is actually a badger. It's the story from "Wind in the Willows".Rainfield61: They are acting out a children's story from 1908. Jidhu Jose: Thanks for dropping by.William: You got it right, it is from Wind in the Willows!Betchai: Me too, I'm sure it would be quite entertaining. I have never heard of the story. I will have to download it from Google Books.
Cute photo and sculptures, I like them. I have to check out the book. Have agreat weekend!
I love whimsical stuff like this.
a lovely classic piece of artwork.
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