Still Water at Marble Arch – My Sunday Photo 240416, viewed from an open top bus this time last week in London.
Isn’t he rather beautiful? He looks so deep in thought but surrounded in the total chaos of a busy London street.
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9 thoughts on “Still Water at Marble Arch – My Sunday Photo 240416”
A beautiful photo, I agree about the thoughtful look on his face
Wow, what a fab sculpture! I’ve never seen him before. We’ve never done the open top bus. Like everything else, when you multiply the cost by 5 it’s better to just get the tube or walk!
Wow what a unique statue, I have never actually been on one of those open top buses.
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I’ve never seen that! I must look a little closer on my next visit to London. Maybe even splash out on a tour bus #MySundayPhoto
Oh wow! That is amazing! He looks huge!
Wow he is huge! imagine if there was a whole horse it would be amazing, Clio lending a a helping hand for Coombe Mill
I haven’t seen this sculpture before and it’s huge, not sure how I missed it?!
I think this horse looks so serene & thoughtful, which contrasts to its location and what’s going on around it. I think this is stunning
I have not seen this before – but I absolutely love it. A smaller version would look great in our front garden!
I think your words are spot on. He balances the noise with his silent thinking. Lovely sculpture! I remember seeing the sculptor before in a magazine but I forgot his name. #mysundayphoto