Here is the second part of Fanor’s bronze statues as happened upon along the Appian Way in Rome six years ago.
As you could see last week in part 1, this Columbian sculptor is very good at making bronze come to life. Today amore, his friend from work, our two dogs and I enter the villa at 222, Appian Way, with some statues but the visiting hours were ending and we were rushed through. The light was lovely though.
In the gardens of this archaeological site Capo di Bove we again admire the girl on the swing, and there is the whole family up in the air, and some dancers – in one word: joy. Who knows if these statues are still here, but I believe it was temporary. We were lucky.
And who knows where we land next week but it will be somewhere public and artistic as every week for Marsha’s PPAC challenge. Have a lovely weekend.
Oh, and as I forgot to mention in my yesterday’s bird post, today is Gregorjevo in Slovenia, the day when birds are getting married. Let’s proceed quietly.
For Photographing Public Art Challenge (PPAC) hosted by Marsha at Always Write
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