I'm sure there is a little mermaid's tail diving past with a merry swish :)
Nick Weall … singing to you, enchanting you, distracting you from your work, and taking you to her kingdom… :)
beegood ~ I know many mermaids and yes their singing is entrancing, enhancing and enchanting
Nick Weall Where have you met them, dearest Nick?
beegood From Italy, Greece and Norway all on Pano of course dearest Maja where fishy tails are often spun
Nick Weall mermaid to Neptuno, mermaid to Neptuno, lets drink to enchanting photos and colours and tunes and tales...salute, dearest Nick!
There's something indefinably sexual in the graceful lines of this piece. I also love the setting--the dense ivy softens the lines of the building and seems to become an integral part of it. Very Old World. The one jarring element is what appears to be a very rough and utilitarian concrete plinth.
Hello Seabow, good to see you back after a long workday, sports with my son after that (I'm proud anyway that he takes his old mother along to do sports:)))... I think what you are saying depends again on the individual way of perceiving a sculpture, doesn't it? Even more in abstract art that tries to give visual expression to invisible mysteries that lie behind nature's most obvious forms... Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving your lovely comment, dear Carl! Maja
Sign up to comment.
Sign in if you already did it.
Photo taken in Gänsheide, Stuttgart, Germany
Misplaced? Suggest new location