I ended my four weeks in Florence with a visit to the most famous statue in the world, Michelangelo’s David. The Carrara marble statue weighs over five tons. (1501-1504) The photo has a slight red cast I couldn’t get rid of,
Lion guarding the steps of San Lorenzo, Genoa’s cathedral.
During repairs at Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcantara, a miradouros (viewpoint) and garden with a panoramic view of Lisbon, the sculptures normally in the garden area were behind a fence for security.
Detail from unlabeled metal sculpture made of recycled materials. Nairobi National Museum, Nairobi, Kenya.
Join Becky’s month of Spiky Squares: Spiky. Two rules. Must be Spiky somehow; there is a wide range of interpretations. The photo must be square. Thanks, Becky for another inventive challenge.