A monument of action with the outstretched hand and horse's legs in motion.
It's quite a dynamic statue, David.
That's a great statue.... kinda makes up for the strangeness of the other part of it. (Or was I alone in thinking the other part was kinda weird?)
Yeah, I suppose the other part is weird, but it is effective.
His beckoning makes even me want to follow, as he obviously knows where the real action is.
I'm loving Cuba. When I think of Cuba I always think of the Godfather movie and Michael going there...I hear they still have all those 1950s cars...true?Mary
it's most compelling, isn't it, Messymimi.Mary, thanks. Yes, there are all manner of 1950s American automobiles from those in mint condition to rust buckets. It's quite something to see. I'll post a pic soon of one being used as a taxicab.
Great perspective in that shot. I love the way you have us revisit Cuba and other trips every so often by posting another photo. :)
Hilary, thanks. I like to post what I've seen.
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