A Frenchie with German blood who likes to travel.
That is quite a sculpture...logging is very dangerous work from what I hear and one must be strong and nimble at the same time. I think this sculpture expresses such notions.I'll bet you got along famously in Quebec, speaking French and all!
Certainly realistic. At first glance I thought it was a real person.
Great sculpter--looks very real. MB
Glad to be of help, it is: L'Homme-Rivière. It is an unusual mionument and I was curious, so I checked it out.
@ VP: what would I do without you?!
"As easy as falling off a log" comes to mind.I've been away from this blog for a while, but am enjoying scrolling down through your treasures.
Curieusement, en voyant la photo, j'ai tout de suite pensé à Paul Newman..et il a joué dans un film (le clan des irréductibles) où il joue justement un homme qui travaille sur les troncs transportés par les fleuves...
Terrific sculpture,so dynamic and realistic.Have a nice Saturday:)
It's such a nice piece, it looks as if the "statue" is so concentrated at work!God bless you!Cezar
Oh, we were in Quebec City when I was pregnant with my eldest (he's now 16). Your logger statue makes me want to revisit - some day.
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