Includes Bellarine Peninsula + Phillip and Churchill Islands...
Yes, but how can she gather the harvest, chained as she is?
Terrific shadow shot for the day, Gemma, and such a lovely statue -- even if she is chained to the fence! I love it! Hope your weekend is going well!Sylvia
She is a beauty, although I wonder if she is of the land or of the sea. Or both? She signifies the good things of nature it seems...
Beautiful shadow!Shadows at my site.
Lovely. Sydney - City and Suburbs
the poor statue is chained. :( Are they afraid it will be stolen? Well, it is gorgeous. Shadows and all.Have a great weekend.
Oh! she's so elegant Gemma and I love the red neclate.
I love the statue - a shame she has to be chained.
That is gorgeous Gemma.
Very nice sculpture shadow.
Like the way the shadows show up in different places. What a pretty sculpture. Great choice for your post this week. genie
What a nice capture of the sculpture, and the shadows add to the composition.
Wonderful shadows... she is a mystery clothed in shadows... perhaps at night she slips into the water and escapes her chains?Thanks for stopping by and the insights! Hugs, antonella :-)
She is indeed lovely. I'm not too familiar with mythology, I must admit.Have a fun week shadow-seeking!
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