Over Her Shoulder

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’

Author: Regina

Passionate about writing, photography, and helping others who are in the grieving process.

10 thoughts on “Over Her Shoulder”

  1. LOVE! What an awesome sculpture captured so beautifully!

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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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