Friday, April 20, 2012

Garden Statues


Like the statue in my previous post, here were two others I discovered nearby. 
The top photo reminds me of relaxing on a lazy Sunday while the second photo reminds me of working on a Monday; although, one of them appears to be taking a smoking break.



- Karen

8 comments:

Ecl Tan said...

In dimmed light, the statues would look like real people. :)

cocomino said...

Interesting. They are like moving quickly.

rainfield61 said...

Lazy Sunday?

No, I enjoy the most during Sunday. But not being lazy.

Kris @ beyond the whiskers said...

Those statues are really fun...they make a neat comment on the simple parts of life.

Jana said...

cool set the two images, they are really nice idea...I have also added you to my blog roll today (i ahve somehow misseddoing this earlier); greetings from tulipland!

LifeRamblings said...

interesting discoveries. looks kinda creepy but they look even creepier when you see them at night.

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