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Comments (18)

Axl Bach on April 15, 2010

Hahaha!! What is these?? Chair?

I like it. Very interesting.

Cheers, Axl

Dr.Azzouqa on April 15, 2010

No Axl, they are just statues. These are the smaller ones( bigger than a big man), and their bigger brothers in the back,just one statue in the raw. I believe I have a photo of them that I will upload later. They are not new, becoming rusty. thank you for your visit

Mer53 on April 15, 2010

Enlace con el comentario que realicé a MLVargas Saludos.

Dr.Azzouqa on April 15, 2010

Dear Mercedes, thank you very much for the nice explanation. Please allow me to translate the content by google translate and to send it to our japanese friend Axl★Bach, who showed interrest in them, despite the fact that, I think, he knows spanish well. so dear Axl★Bach, here is a good explanation offered by Mer53

" With a size of 2 by 2 meters wide by 3 high, each of these sculptures placed in a row, is different, even from a distance they all look alike.

Each warrior has a texture and a different degree of oxidation, plus details that make them unique, each "with a personality."

The exhibition is complemented by a large sculpture, 17 meters long by two high, representing a vessel or half-built or badly damaged, with only a portion of their frames, also made of rusted iron.

Mascaro Javier explained that this work has worked for eight years, in its reduced version, later moved to their final size to be displayed outdoors as "Buddha's Warriors.

This collection of eleven sculptures meant to be exposed to the outdoors and have been shown in Paris in the gardens of the Palais Royale, Seville and Malaga, and with it, as the sculptor, is showing "essentials of life, from contemporary language, but with references to other civilizations and distant past. "

Rafl on April 15, 2010

very artistic statues!!

Rafl

Dr.Azzouqa on April 15, 2010

Thank you very much Raffaella for your encouraging remarks.

Mustafa

AnnaJolanta 3 on April 24, 2010
László Pazár on June 29, 2010

Interesting!

Greetings from Hungary.

Dr.Azzouqa on June 29, 2010

Thank you very much Anna, for the visit and nice words.

Late is better than never.

Greetings from Jordan.

Mustafa

Dr.Azzouqa on June 29, 2010

Thank you very much Dr.pazar, for the visit and nice words.

Greetings from Jordan to Hungary.

Mustafa

乾龍 on January 20, 2011

Very good photo

Like

Best wishes from Taiwan,Qianlong

Dr.Azzouqa on January 20, 2011

Thank you very much Qianlong, for your visit, nice words and LIKE.

Best wishes from Jordan.

Mustafa

Manek Taolin on July 12, 2012

Beautiful photo!

Like, Fav

Greetings

Manek Taolin

Dr.Azzouqa on July 18, 2012

Thank you very much Manek, for your visit, nice words and LIKE.

Special thanks for the YS.

Best wishes from Jordan.

Mustafa

Mojzer László on February 1, 2013

Hi Mustafa! Thank you very much. This picture is very good, my friend. Greetings: Laci LIKE

Dr.Azzouqa on February 5, 2013

Thank you very much Laci, for your visit, nice words and LIKE.

Best wishes from Jordan.

Mustafa

Canikon on October 4, 2013

Very interesting shot. L& F

Best wishes Carol

Dr.Azzouqa on October 22, 2013

Thank you very much Carol, for your visit, nice words and LIKE.

Special thanks for the YS.

Best wishes from Jordan.

Mustafa

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on April 15, 2010
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    by Dr.Azzouqa
    • Camera: NIKON COOLPIX L20
    • Taken on 2010/03/29 16:32:39
    • Exposure: 0.008s (1/129)
    • Focal Length: 6.72mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.500
    • ISO Speed: ISO64
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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