Merchant Seafarers' War Memorial. The Face. Brian Fell - 1996. There are 2 sides to every coin.

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Suzi in Oregon on November 13, 2011

I've enjoyed this series very much, dearest Amelia and would love to visit Cardiff Bay. This imaginative sculpture is wonderfully serene, as it should be. Thanks for the tour - with happy hugs (O:

Amelia Royan on November 14, 2011

It has been a pleasure to take you on a virtual tour of this area dear Suzi. If you ever get over here I'll take you there, and I promise you will not be disappointed :))

Hugs, Amelia

Mustafa tanrıverdi on November 14, 2011

hi,Amelia Royan

very nice photos

greeting

245Ronald >>>>No Vie… on November 14, 2011

I didn 't see this one until you mentioned. Thanks for the link.

Kind regards Ronald.

Amelia Royan on November 14, 2011

Many thanks Seferimist, for your kind words :))

Friendly greetings, Amelia

Amelia Royan on November 14, 2011

Good evening Roland, the 2 sides of this sculpture are very different, and I am pleased that you chose the other one to look at first.

Warm wishes, Amelia

Haggs on November 15, 2011

Impressive piece of sculpture very nice image Like

Amelia Royan on November 16, 2011

Many thanks Haggs. This is the first time I had seen it in real life, and I was impressed and fascinated! Thanks for your 'like'.

Cheers, Amelia

Steven Stoddart on November 18, 2011

Hi there Amelia - This is a remarkable thing.. and with the history of Cardiff, a worthy place to display it...

Cheers

Steve

David Owen on November 25, 2011

Some super bay shots!

Amelia Royan on November 29, 2011

Hi there Steve, I'm pleased that you thought this one was appropriate. Cardiff Bay, once Tiger Bay, was a no go area at one time. Now it is a fantastic addition to the city and great for families. The mud flats have gone of course, and there is still some concern about the populations of waders, but on the whole I think the development has been worthwhile, although at the time of the development I had some concerns about environmental impact.

Cheers, Amelia

Amelia Royan on November 29, 2011

Many thanks David. Praise indeed coming from a Welshman! I think that this work of art is amazing.

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  • Uploaded on November 8, 2011
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    by Amelia Royan
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