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Walking Madonna
17-OCT-2011

Walking Madonna

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This sculpture, The Walking Madonna by Elisabeth Frink, can be seen as you approach the Cathedral from the north through the High Street.
Folly (The Other Self) (2007-2011) by Sean Henry, can be seen in the background.
Salisbury Cathedral
Salisbury, England

This concludes my visit to Salisbury Cathedral.
Many thanks to you all for your wonderful comments and visits!

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Rick Bricker31-Oct-2012 05:05
Nicely composed Steph.Hope your doing OK on the outer fringes of Sandy's wrath!V
Denise J T Lee26-Sep-2012 16:03
Terrific image ! You've made the statue look alive, and the man standing in the distance watching is just like icing on a cake. ~V~
Giancarlo Bisone22-Aug-2012 13:21
Great shot Stephanie! V
Congrats for the pBase cover page. Ciao, Giancarlo
Lieve Snellings22-Jun-2012 00:54
and the birds make this image so perfect... V
Helen Betts20-Jun-2012 09:27
Quite an excellent composition, with it looking like she is really walking somewhere. V.
sue anne20-Jun-2012 01:16
Very nice and interesting set indeed.
David Hobbs20-Jun-2012 01:15
"Folly" looks marvellous. I worry that such things of beauty and imagination are subject to vandalism.
LeeG20-Jun-2012 00:27
Awesome composition, love the artist in the farground!
Jean Chiasson19-Jun-2012 23:34
Wonderful composition Well done Stephanie vote
Frank Brault19-Jun-2012 23:26
A lovely sculpture. V
bill friedlander19-Jun-2012 22:29
An appropriate shot to end the gallery, striding off to another venue. It was a pleasure seeing all your great shots. V
Johnny JAG19-Jun-2012 20:52
That's a purposeful stride
Graeme19-Jun-2012 20:51
All of these sculptures are amazing Stephanie.BV
ArminB19-Jun-2012 20:06
wonderful compo and POV!
Colin Storey19-Jun-2012 19:39
Fantastic final image into this gallery, I have really enjoyed viewing your images, particularly these very interesting statues. v
Rosi Blaurock19-Jun-2012 19:31
Great shot.
Knox O19-Jun-2012 19:28
like the sense of motion.
Tom Munson19-Jun-2012 19:06
Terrific series, Stephanie! Great work!
MarcViskens19-Jun-2012 19:00
very nice composed Stephanie
marc
Patricia Kay19-Jun-2012 18:56
A great image to end this fabulous gallery Steph...I enjoyed my virtual visit with you...BV
poochdad19-Jun-2012 18:30
You've inspired us to revisit Salisbury next time we are down that way.
There are some Frink figures in my local park too - but they're more scantily clad than this one!
J. Scott Coile19-Jun-2012 15:20
Well juxtaposed art.
globalgadabout19-Jun-2012 15:12
thoughtfully composed, and a fitting image since you have decided to move on...great work showing so many fresh views of this famous site...V
Walter O. Koenig19-Jun-2012 15:05
Very well composed image scene. Love the surreal feel of this scene. "V"
alfredo camba jr.19-Jun-2012 14:38
Beautiful capture of this interesting sculptures! V
Martin Lamoon19-Jun-2012 14:34
~Its been a woondeful series of photographs. V
Nestor19-Jun-2012 14:23
Love your composition on this presentation.
The background you included is perfect.
You did a great gallery Stephanie.
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Margot W19-Jun-2012 14:22
He is stuck in his own world and dreaming of someone to save him. Perhaps her?
She's not interested in a couch potato.
Wonderful series Stephanie.
Peggy W19-Jun-2012 13:07
It almost looks as if he's watching her from the background~ great image!!
V
Tom LeRoy19-Jun-2012 12:10
Great artwork and capture! V
Jim Coffman19-Jun-2012 12:03
A good composition and a fine image.
Vince19-Jun-2012 12:01
Wonderful composition. Excellent framing. Vote.
Patrick F19-Jun-2012 11:55
Very nice POV of this beautiful artwork!!! Well done!! BV!
Pierre19-Jun-2012 11:23
Une très jolie prise de vue! V
John Reynolds19-Jun-2012 11:00
Nicely captured. Somehow I missed this one! V.
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