Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
Is he made of wood, I suppose so. Funny statue.
He looks larger than life.
He looks thirsty, lol.
Nice to find some art among the trees!
He looks very buff ;-)
Ha! At first look I thought those were pigeons at his feet. Better get my eyes checked.
He looks ready to go.
Quite unusual and eye-catching. Tree trimming is very dangerous work. Especially if you don't know what you're doing. We hired a guy one time who scampered around shirtless and shoeless way up top...found out later, while working for another person, he fell and broke his back!
I'd hire him!
I am with you on having a hot day. It is 23º here now and that seems even colder. More snow if forecast for tomorrow when the kids go back to school.If the guy was carved with a chain saw, the carver did a good job.
cette statue est étonnante
I though he was there to paint the fence behind him. I hope he doesn't cut down any trees.be Well, be Happy Lois.warm Hugs,Pam
Hi Lois - re your comment on Cedar Key: The girl was acting bored; a typical adolescent...she got turned off immediately when she was not the center of attention. It was pretty funny, actually!
I'm impressed that a tree service would present a big piece of public art to the community like this. Good for them.
Pretty neat statue. MB
Very creative!☼ Sunny
How very odd -- he seems to be rooted there like the trees around him.
This is great -- love it!
I think he's on his way to lunch.
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