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October 30, 2011


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Love your BLUE skies and what a lovely statue -- the crow does seem to be at home! What a great shadow shot for the day! Hope your weekend has gone well! Enjoy!


I will assume that this may be of a Greco-Roman goddess, standing tall and perhaps lording over the spectators. Full of pomp - to the humans. Birds care little about royal or any sort of protocol, so sit where they may. Birds are not great thinkers either and don't care where they sit. Perhaps mama bird neglected teaching the fledglings about the finer points of manners...

that is a great shot! hehe, I love the cheeky bird on the statue's head too. The bird has no respect ;)

I think she's a copy of one of the 'Herculaneum Women' - there's some info from the Getty Museum on them here (

Q:Why did the bird stand on the statues head?
A:Because it could!
Hot ShadowShot! Have a great weekend.

Birds seem to gravitate toward statues' heads!


Shadows creeping through the land,
Shadows dark on every hand—
If they should begin to glow,
You had better run, you know!

© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

The maggie perched on the statue head cracks me up too! What a wonderful shot and a gorgeous Sydney sky!

I hope you've had a super weekend Sam! xo

the folds of her robe make for wonderful pockets of shadows.

Wonderful shot, Sam!
The bird was smiling for your camera!!

Impressive blog! -Arron

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