Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Wordless Wednesday

21 comments:

Bibliophile By the Sea said...

That is an awesome W.W. Where is it?

readerbuzz said...

We came upon it while we were in Paris. I wish I knew something about it. What should I search? "Head sculpture in Paris"? ;->

Ed T. said...

Next time, maybe he should use a shampoo with more body :-)

~EdT.

Dina @ 4 Lettre Words said...

I have seen that! Very cool.

Jennifer Sikora said...

Following you back today! Thanks for visiting For Such a Time as This

jabblog said...

Cradling his head . . .

....Petty Witter said...

This looks so bizarre - almost as if the head and hand were two seperate pieces.

MoonChylde said...

How interesting is that! Awesome!

K. Harrington said...

I absolutely love this!

Cori said...

That is an amazing photo!! Love it!!

Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting :)

pat.navymom said...

Paris, France--how I would love to tour it. Epcot will have to do for now though.

Sweet Kitchen said...

It's oddly mesmerizing. Very cool!

Beth F said...

Oh I love this -- wow!

Jingle said...

That is seriously cool!

Maureen said...

Great sculpture...looks a bit Henry Moore-ish.

Saint Eustache: Eglise St-Eustache

Eglise St-Eustache is a very beautiful, Gothic & neoclassical church, constructed between 1532 & 1640. You'll know when yuo have arrived at this church because lying in front of it is a very modern sculpture of a head with a hand.
# Directions: metro Les Halles On top of Forum des Halles

DG said...

@Bibliophile By The Sea and @Readerbuzz - it's at the Église Saint-Eustache

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89glise_Saint-Eustache,_Paris#Description

easygardener said...

It is a lovely piece of sculpture. Looks slightly light hearted to me!

readerbuzz said...

You are terribly clever folks, you fellow photographers. Thank you for all the brilliant thoughts and the information about the sculpture.

Seaside Book Nook said...

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westcobich said...

How I felt all last week at work!

BTW, loved your 10 scariest books, your view on that as a theme. I'm thinking about that now. And may post a list this morning. I need a walk first; AND this site looks so great!

Daria said...

I love it! Emits such a caring feeling...

Thanks for swinging by MIM and leaving a comment on my WW! Yours is great.

Daria @MomInManagement