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Sunday, September 18, 2011

Details at the Ludington Sculpture Park

You may just consider this a big tease, but I'm just going to show you some close details of larger sculptures. Om and I took a walk after church today and went through Ludington's Waterfront Park.

The city has been adding quite a sculptures related to local history over a number of years. I actually showed you one in Ellen and Joan's Urban Walk.

I like it, but find it overwhelming. Since this is my blog... today, you just get some details. Enjoy them for whatever they are worth. If you REALLY want to see the whole things, tell me so, and I can oblige.

sculpture of carferry

detail of blue and brown tiles

detail of boots

By the way, can you figure out what the autumn background was built from?

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6 comments:

Lin said...

Is that last photo a bronze statue of Joan (Sharkey) the World Famous Hiker???! ;)

rainfield61 said...

Joan the world famous hiker??

A hiker can be as famous as this!!

Loretta said...

Ha, we all are having the same thought..you had your shoes bronzed!

vanilla said...

Can't veer off in any other direction; must be statue in honor of Joan the Trail Master.

Ann said...

I had the same thought everyone else did. That's gotta be a bronzed Joan.
I have no clue what the background is but it makes me think of a birds nest

Sharkbytes said...

Well, you all had the same thoughts, so my post tonight is the communal response!

Ann- I'll see if there are any other guesses, before I reveal all.

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