Sunday, November 20, 2011

Guerrino of Montenero

Wheel without the bicycle, Peasant monument, LivornoGuerrino, the valiant peasant who helped to defend Livorno during the siege of 1496, is thinking: “Who stole my bike?”

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

14 comments:

Halcyon said...

Ha! I bet that's exactly what he's thinking. :)

Theanne and Baron said...

"And to think I trusted the lout to bring my bike back in 6 centuries and here it is a decade or so past that."

Jack said...

I think he is thinking "Hmmm, a wheel . . . won't ever be of much use."

Luis Gomez said...

Not only that, but he looks really mad and ready for a fight.

Randy said...

Looks very strong.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It's a bit of a drag when you can't take your eyes of your 'transport' even for a couple of minutes!! Nice work VP.

Cezar and Léia said...

And he seems determined to go after whoever did it and teach them a lesson!
God bless you!
Cezar

cieldequimper said...

Now he's thinking what's a bike?

joo said...

Lovely, do you reckon he thinks much about bikes? Lol!
Have a nice afternoon:)

JM said...

I guess Ciel is right! :-) Lovely composition with the blooming Oleanders.

VP said...

ciel, JM - In Livorno they used to steal bicycles even before they were invented.

Traveling Hawk said...

You always find funny subjects!

Farmchick said...

LOL!

Dina said...

LOL at your comment here.