Over Her Shoulder

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I’ve shot this sculpture before but when I saw the yellow flowers in full bloom I knew I had to just look over her shoulder and do it again.  The second photo is from the front of her.  Not much to look at in the background but it gives you a better perspective of the sculpture.  Namaste’

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  1. zannyro says:

    I love this! I really like the front view as well, very unique!

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    1. Thanks, Suzanne! I had some trouble with my creativity engine today. So your words are very encouraging 🙂

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  2. Shutterbug Sage says:

    LOVE! What an awesome sculpture captured so beautifully!

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    1. Thanks so much! I’m going to follow your advice.

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  3. Gigi Centaro says:

    Hi Gina, Great picture. Flowers from a little girl’s perspective. Where is this statue?

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    1. Thanks, Gigi. This one is in the parking lot at N. 1st Ave. and Tangerine. There are four different ones there. I think I’ll go back today 🙂

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  4. Kay Rolfe says:

    I love that statue!!! I want one of those in my town.

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    1. She is pretty cute! There are four statues in that area; I might go back today. So if you want one in your town, get busy sculpting … you can do it!!!!!

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  5. great shots Gina…love the first one in particular …great composition. And it must be great to have statues like that…I want some in our village as well 😉

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    1. It’s kind of fun to photograph these statues. They don’t blink just as you click the shutter 🙂 My favorite is the one I found for the header of my blog. I call him “Photog” and he’s my muse. Thanks for your comments and Likes.

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