Friday, 26 June 2009

Le regard sur le voisin

There are hundreds of statues in the palace gardens. I liked the way this lady looks in the direction of the man. I'm sorry, I have no idea who they represent.
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Il y a des centaines de statues dans le parc du château. J'ai bien aimé le regard de cette femme pour son voisin. Je suis désolée, je ne sais pas qui est ici représenté.

16 comments:

JM said...

Your title says it all! So very cool! :-)

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Jacob said...

Excellent composition...We also were very impressed with, not only the numbers, but the quality of the statuary!

Love the blue sky!

yann said...

exellente pose.J'aprecie enormement l'angle qui donne justement la vision du regard de bias bravo encore une fois

gogouci said...

I wonder what her expression is. One of tranquility or one of irritation? You can never know when a man is involved.

Olivier said...

un regard amoureux, malheureusement encore un amour impossible....belle composition...

Tammie Lee said...

you have captured this beautifully!

Vogon Poet said...

"He is playing with that stick and I am here all alone..."

Your EG Tour Guide said...

You took this photo from a great angle - the statues do seem to belong together.

Catherine said...

Higelin l'a dit : ♫ Poil dans la main/ payé à rien foutre/Regarder la poutre dans l'oeil du voisin/Qu'il est donc doux de rester sans rien faire/Quand tout s'agite autour de vous ♫

Virginia said...

"Honey quit playing around, dinner's ready!"

m_m said...

Beautiful statues! Woman looks so nostalgic!

Cezar and Léia said...

Would be an affair! :-) Adorable sculptures!
and what a beautiful blue sky! wow
Thanks for sharing dear Ciel!
Have a great weekend!
Léia :-)

Clueless in Boston said...

And every statue tells a different story. Very good exposure. I always find it tricky shooting up against the sky like that.

Siam said...

En faite elle donne vers le haut , j’aime ce ciel .

Sharon Van Lieu said...

You live in a beautiful place.

Sharon