Sunday, October 23, 2011

What Statues Think

Francesco Domenico Guerrazzi statue, piazza Guerrazzi, LivornoFrancesco Domenico Guerrazzi thinks: “If I ever forget who I am, I can just look up at that plaque on the wall...”

See also: What Leopold Is Thinking - What Time Is It? - Sad Nereid - Guerrino of Montenero - Fisherman's Thought - Horseback Thinking - Caged Emperor - Garibaldi's Doubt - A Ticket Too Much

14 comments:

Dianne said...

A great statue of Francesco.

Jack said...

What an awkward pose. Unusual. (I love taking photos of statues.)

Randy said...

I think they say "How long do I have to hold this pose?"

Luis Gomez said...

Great post! It is a great idea to do a photo blog. One of those with weekly collaborations from all over the world.

Theanne and Baron said...

a man whose strong personality shows in his face...like the photo

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Nice to see the other angle too VP. Yes sometimes I think it would be good to have a card to remember what to say! He is rather a handsome man!

Dina said...

Haha, nice. I hope this turns into a series.

Who took his fingers, though?

Cezar and Léia said...

Amazing sculpture! :)
Léia

Kaori said...

I like how he looks so relaxed on the chair. Or the angle of his foot. And of course your post is hilarious! :D

cieldequimper said...

Lol! I like the light here.

Traveling Hawk said...

He is quite right!

Funny idea, VP!

Gunn said...

He looks very relaxed, and I like that!
I also like the colors, light, "lines" on the building.

Halcyon said...

He does look quite adept at thinking.

Haddock said...

Good thinking (by the statue)