Gee, I really like it!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
A very welcoming sculpture!This sculptor was born very close to the place I was born...
Beautiful scluptures and I bet the Botanic gardens are a fantastic place to visit.
Beautiful photo of a lovely sculpture!
From where I come from, people say, that 'the luck of the world, is to be found on the back of a horse.'Please have a good weekend.daily athens
A sculpture that tugs at the emotions. Lovely.
What a nice shot of this lovely garden. The horse sculpture just sets everything off.
Very nice statue. I need to get out among some of our local horses and get some shots.
I'm a great horse lover and this is a fantastic sculpture and you've captured it beautifully as always! Sylvia
What is the significance of this mare? Was she a racehorse? It is a lovely sculpture.
Heips, you have an interesting blog. - every day a new shot !! I have to read this blog so i would know some more abaut australia.Have a good day. :)
Shirley, I think she might have been a racehorse but I can't seem to find any information about her on the internet.
This is one of my favourite sculptures in the Botanic Garden. Great shot.
Great!Greetings from ArgentinaElisa
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Thanks, Deutschland. I really appreciate your positive feedback on my blog. :)
I love this sculpture because we were sitting under it a few years ago--my daughter and her little boy and me (the old gray mare).
Beautiful work of arts!!
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