What an interesting project! What are these clothes made of to withstand the weather?
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J-bar, luv the colorful garb!
Wow this is very interesting! At first I thought it's a real person posing. Great shot!Sky Reflection
Wow! One statue dressed up! I've never seen that before. First seconds I thought it was a real lady, in flesh and blood.. :)
She looks a little dark doesn't she ? Last time I saw her sitting (in bronze) at the beach at the English coast, lol !
An creative idea, though I'm not too enraptured by this as 'art' to be honest. I also thought it was one of those street artists dressed up, at first glance.
what a great idea! so much fun.
Thank you for sharing this very unique and interesting post. I would never have known anything about this stature if you had not featured it.
Beautiful and colorful picture. It is interesting to see the statues dressed.
Rambling Round, I'm not sure what sort of fabrics have been used but they do seem to have withstood the weather, so far. We've had a bit of rain but that hasn't ruined them but I'm not sure how they'll go with some of the wild winds we're having today.
That is such an awesome project, JBar.Fantastic shot!Hope you're having a great weekend!Betty
We've seen these statues on our previous trips to Sydney. Nice to be able to dress them up in the name of art. Back home in Singapore, this might be classified as an act of vandalism and earn the artist 6 strokes of rattan across the derriere ;-P
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