My camera seems to have become an extension of my amateur photographer eyes! All photos prior to 2007 are scanned and were taken with a Fuji camera.



Thursday, 17 June 2010

Guéhenno calvary, Morbihan, France, 2009

Sculpted by F. Guillonic in 1550.

10 comments:

tapirgal said...

It seems to be the way storytelling was done. This one has a lot to say. Nice.

Marka said...

A very good sculpture.

Diane AZ said...

Oh, so old, that's wonderful! It looks great with the blue sky behind it.

Small City Scenes said...

Wow that is quite a sculpture and so old too. MB

Cezar and Léia said...

Cette sculpture est ancienne, mais c'est parfait!C'est un sculpteur vraiment talentueux!
Léia

Halcyon said...

La Bretagne me manque tellement. J'aime beaucoup ce type de sculpture. Merci de nous avoir montrer.

Jacob said...

1550????? I can't even imagine how difficult it would have been to do this in 1550 and how much time it took!

I assume this is a cemetery, right. Haven't you wondered sometimes if the "dead" were as revered in life as they are in death?

joo said...

Those calvaries always impressed me!

bfarr said...

He probably spent the better part of his life working on that sculpture, Reallyn magnificent.

JM said...

Very unusual! Fantastic!