I'm reporting that I can't see the photos so it might be a good idea to re-post them. My best, Annie
WHOA!!! (American English to follow..)I so like TOTALLY love that top one.Is it for sale?(they sure appeared to appear fine for me, ms. annie...)
Hi Annie, they are all there now . Let me know if you still cant see them. Maybe Blogger was playing up.Dave
What great sculptures! How fortunate to be surrounded by all this beautiful art.
thankyou leting me see whae i can nit
I was oh-so-slow to see your comment and to come back by BUT I'm happy to say I can see these very interesting photos now. Annie in Little Rock
Okay, that's it...I'm booking a flight for Wales, lol! These are absolutely amazing, Dave...there are no words that describe how these beautiful figures strike my heart!
Wow what talent, love the bottom sculpture the best, I wonder how long it has taken one to carve out of stone, they are stone right?I been offline for a few days too long, having some computer problems, I beginning to think that I bought a lemon computer this time, really frusterates me a great deal at times.plus a few other minor things had also occure the pup ate the usb cord to my camera, and chewed up a few passwords, I am hoping he didn't eat the password to my blog.
The sculptures, apart from the fighting knights which are metal,are in wood and use the natural shape of the tree.
Dave, are these from the days of old, or sculpture done at the festivals? The talent just amazes me.
Jackie, they are recent sculptures, carved from old trees by local artists.
As you have taken the time to read my blog and comment then whenever possible I will always reply. Thank you. Dave