Alas 'Little Ern' is no longer with us either. Hope you were careful on the steps with your short, fat hairy legs!
I'm not familiar with the entertainer but the photos really capture his carefree spirit and comedic attitude.In reference to my post, yes this was a fresh apple when I started photographing it but by the time I was finished it looked a bit tired.
I, too, was unfamiliar with this man's work, but I really like the joy captured in this monument.
How happy these photos are!!
Great post! Love these photos!
this is a very interesting monument.i, too, was unfamiliar with the entertainer, so thanks for sharing your lovely, happy photos.
As othere here I'm unfamiliar with him, but he looks like a classical entertainer. He would have appreciated the "Please take care on the steps" if he had seen your magnificent photos of him dancing.
Excellent work of the sculptor ! Looks so alive ! I know, I tried it with cats ! Your pictures too are beautiful, and I am also waiting for spring ! It moves in worse than a snail !
I do not know this comedian either. I am always amazed how sculptors can make the sculptures look just like a person or animal. Amazing!
Look at the mischief and joy. Love this. As I opened your header, the ceiling made me think you were at a horse show arena...ha! My daughter's thing. She's an equestrian photographer by trade., and might good, oops, pride is showing.BlessYourHeart
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