It stands out well against that background.
Nice! Looks like a variation of a mobius strip.
How marvelously definitely unique! Thank you for sharing and have a wonderful, safe, day. Be healthy my friend.
How extraordinary! I love how beautifully it stands against the stunning backdrop.
Welcome to my blog!I saw that you have a great photo blog and I invite you to participate in the "Wordless Wednesday" series. I allowed myself to put the first link in the table. Thank you!
Neat! Have you tried taking a photo through it and letting the sculpture be the frame in the shot? Thanks for linking on Amanda's Books and More and leaving comments on both blogs!
Christina, that's an interesting idea.
It seems Australia is loaded with fascinating sculptures - many of the sites I visit share photos such as this. Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2021/05/i-can-fly.html
What a special sculpture! Thank you for sharing it!Happy WW!
What a beautiful sculpture, nicely composed image.
Sooo interesting! A beautiful photo!It's a wonderful landscape!
I like it, I can see how it got it's name.
If I was ritch i would bougth many sculpers
Another interesting piece.I appreciate your link at 'My Corner of the World' this week!
Beautiful with that backdrop!
Greetings and Salutations! What a totally neat sculpture. It looks like they are hugging. Something we couldn't do during the Covid-19 days. Soon everything will be back to the "new" normal. Whatever that is. Meanwhile, have a happy week end. Be safe. Keep on shooting!
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